Intel Unveils 10th Gen Core Processors For High-End Laptops, Like MacBook Pro

Intel today announced the 10th generation Core processors for high-end laptops, and Apple's upcoming 16-inch MacBook Pro is expected to feature this chip. Intel's 10th Gen Core H-series mobile processors continue to uses a 45W TDP architecture and are built on a 14nm++ process.

“Today’s introduction of the 10th Gen Intel Core H-series mobile platform extends Intel’s gaming leadership, delivering desktop-caliber performance in a mobile form factor and breadth of choice with more than 100 laptop designs launching this year, including more than 30 thin-and-light systems. The new platform is optimized for enthusiasts and creators by delivering the fastest frequency in the industry with 5 GHz across the majority of the volume which will deliver amazing game play and rich creation for users.”
The new H-series processors have the same basic frequency as the current ninth-generation chips (Core i9 and Core i7) in 16-inch MacBook Pro, but it deliver faster performance with up to 5.3 GHz3 Turbo.

The tenth-gen Core i9 processor delivers up to 44% better overall performance, as well as up to two times faster 4K video rendering and export making it faster and easier to create and share, comparing with a three-year-old system.

As for the 10th gen Core i7 processors, it delivers up to up to 5.0 GHz3 Turbo. Compared with a three-year-old system, i7-10750H offer up to 44% more frames per second in gaming mode, up to 33% better overall performance, and up to 70% faster 4K video exporting.

10th gen Core H-series processors also supports WiFi 6, otherwise known as 802.11ax. Despite that Apple's iPhone 11 range and the updated iPad Pro supports WiFi 6, both the 16-inch MacBook Pro and the recently launched MacBook Air only comes in WiFi 5 capabilities.

The latest 16-inch MacBook Pro was released last November, while the next generation may not be unveiled  until the end of this year. However, Apple may release a new 13-inch MacBook Pro in the near future, could use Intel's 10th-generation Core processor, and return to the scissor-style keyboard.

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