I think M1 is way worse for Intel than just lost Mac revenue, because it brings performance and efficiency to the front of everyone's mind. AMD's products just compare better against the M1 than Intel's do, and by a huge margin, and everyone in Windows-land is going to be looking for products they can mentally justify and be proud of versus the new Macs. If Cezanne doesn't take too long to show up, and AMD can keep up with demand, then they can make huge strides in laptops.Anyway all this is pretty off topic in this thread. Point is AMD in laptops is in a huge upswing right now. Apple won't have any troubles selling its M1 Macs either. The big loser in both cases is Intel.