Are online benchmark results GeekBench 3 performed on what appears to be a MacBook Pro 13 with Intel Skylake. Update: You may have a Macbook Air? The specimen has SKLCRB1.1 code, and uses an Intel Core i7-6567U with 8 GB of DDR3 RAM and OS X 10.11.3. The score is low in relation to what should be the potential of the hardware, but it is the version of the software (an old 32-bit) is the beta release of OS X El Capitan could affect the whole.
Intel Core i7-6567U is a Dual Core with Hyper Threading Turbo frequency of 3.6 GHz. It has Intel graphics Iris 550 48 EUs and a maximum clock of 1100 MHz. Compared to the top of the range of the current generation (Core i7-5557U Broadwell) there is an increase of 200 MHz and a TDP unchanged, still equal to 28 watts.
Page 3 with the Geekbench benchmark results.
No information about upgrading Skylake of the largest MacBook Pro 15, renovated in 2015 but still firm to the generation Haswell. For the MacBook Air line, things are more complicated: Apple would be working on the evolution of this range, midway between the MacBook and the current models, ultra-thin and also available in 15-inch format. Rumors damage of this development to the WWDC 2016 in June.