The first Geekbench 6 benchmark result for the new Mac Pro has surfaced today, providing a much closer look at the M2 Ultra chip's CPU performance in the latest Apple device. The benchmark score of the M2 Ultra chip is astonishing, performing way higher than its predecessor M1 chip.

The M2 Ultra chip is the successor of the Apple M1 chip, which received high praise from consumers and tech enthusiasts alike for its impressive performance and efficiency. However, the new M2 Ultra chip takes things to another level entirely.

According to the Geekbench 6 benchmark result, the M2 Ultra chip holds an impressive single-core score of 2,845 and multi-core score of 18,155. In contrast, the highest-scoring Apple M1 chip on Geekbench 5's multi-core test achieved a score of 7,500.

The M2 Ultra chip is a massive leap forward in performance and efficiency, powered by Apple's latest technology and innovation. The new Mac Pro's benchmark result is undoubtedly a massive win for Apple, as they continue to set expectations higher for their devices based on their patented designs.

The latest benchmarks will undoubtedly be exciting news for professionals in the creative field, especially video editors, photographers, and graphic designers