Intel has been ahead of the CES showcased the new processors in the Kaby Lake-the family, and these are suitable for future models of the Mac.
Before #CES show in Las Vegas, #Intel announced a new series of seventh-generation processors, the so-called family Kaby Lake. Some of these are particularly interesting for the Apple users, then it is well suited for future models of the computer Mac.
The first Kaby Lake-processors, launched in August last year. However, these were of the easier sections, and more suitable for the computer models that the Macbook and Macbook Air. Therefore, using the new Macbook Pro, which was launched in October, the sixth-generation Skylake processors.
The variations that now appear, in contrast, would be a good fit both in an updated Macbook Pro and desktop Imac. According to Intel, the new Kaby Lake processors provide up to a 20% improvement in performance for laptops compared with the previous generation. For desktop computers are promised up to 25 percent higher performance.
Among the new processors, labeled the variations in U-series with the integrated graphics chip Iris Plus. Here the focus is on low power consumption, and these are best suited for the next version of the Macbook or a new Macbook Air, and easier Macbook Pro. More power can be obtained with the processors in the H-series which is built for more powerful laptops. Finally, fit the P-series processors are ideal for next-generation Imac or other desktop Mac computers.
All of the Kaby Lake processors have in addition to the higher performance built-in support for Thunderbolt 3, and the encoding of the video in the format H. 265.