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First A12Z Bionic DTK Geekbench 5 benchmarks show Apple's transition holds immense promise; only a 28% in drop seen in single-core score compared to the MacBook Air 2020
Apple announced the transition to ARM at this year's WWDC and the move has been largely welcomed given its potential for seamless computing across mobile and desktop. Apple also made available a Developer Transition Kit (DTK) to enable developers to get started with creating apps that run on macOS 11 Big Sur powered by Apple Silicon. Now, several Geekbench 5 benchmarks have now leaked despite the use of the DTK being governed by a non-disclosure agreement (NDA).