Microsoft updates Apple Tax return

Microsoft and technology analyst Roger Kay have made a couple of changes to their charts outlining the "Apple Tax," but the update does little to address broader critiques of their math. Microsoft noted that it has updated both Kay's white paper and the blog post and chart to reflect the fact that both failed to take […]

Microsoft and technology analyst Roger Kay have made a couple of changes to their charts outlining the "Apple Tax," but the update does little to address broader critiques of their math. Microsoft noted that it has updated both Kay's white paper and the blog post and chart to reflect the fact that both failed to take into account Apple's latest hardware specifications. The new paper and chart use slightly different models on the PC side.

Source:→ CNET News