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Speedometer 2.0 is an online benchmarking tool that tests the speed of web browsers.
A few months ago, the record score was 300, according to Maciej Stachowiak, head of WebKit engineering at Apple.
Earlier this week, an M2 MacBook Air clocked 400 on the Speedometer 2.0 test, setting a new record that’s an unbelievable 2.5 times faster than a 4.2GHz i7 Intel iMac.
As the tester noted, “Apple’s chip team continues to embarrass everyone else in the business.”
– Leander Kahney, EIC.
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