According to PCGamer, Intel recently claimed that Windows PCs offer gamers a better user experience than gaming Macbooks. To further drive the point home, Intel went on to say more than half of “today’s most popular games aren’t available on MacOS.”
“According to Intel, it’s the poor gaming experience of a Mac that makes its own devices superior. A sentiment I can definitely get behind, but it’s still surprising to hear that coming from Intel,” writes Alan Dexter of PCGamer. “This wasn’t an idle boast either, Intel has thrown some research behind its feeling. Not only are Apple Macs rubbish because they run Apple’s own M1 silicon, which is obviously inferior to what Intel used to make, but over half of the most popular games don’t even run on the platform.”
Intel is an American multinational corporation that specializes in technology development. The company was founded in July of 1968 and is headquartered in Santa Clara, California.
Intel Corporation currently trades on the NASDAQ Global Select Market under the ticker symbol “INTC”. As of 1:40 PM EST on June 9th, 2021, one share of stock in Intel is worth $57.31.
The Profit‘s Take:
This is a definite contender for “Most Obvious Headline of the Year” award.