Apple could gain ground against Microsoft Windows with M2 chips


Apple CEO Tim Cook (R) looks at a newly redesigned MacBook Air laptop during the WWDC22 at Apple Park on June 06, 2022 in Cupertino, California. Apple CEO Tim Cook kicked off the annual WWDC22 developer conference.

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Apple’s new laptops announced on Monday, featuring the iPhone maker’s next-generation in-house chips, might pose fresh challenges to Microsoft’s lucrative Windows business.

Since Apple started selling Macs powered by its homegrown M1 processors in late 2020, the company’s computer business has been picking up momentum. Earlier this week, Apple introduced the M2, which will debut in the new

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