Days before Apple’s WWDC event, Microsoft’s own AI laptop initiative just got some bad news. While the first Copilot+ devices are set to launch on June 18, it turns out only a portion of new laptops being sold under the Copilot+ name are going to actually have any kind of advanced AI features built-in at launch.This comes as a bit of a surprise, as processor companies AMD and Intel both announced at Computex that they would be releasing Copilot+ compatible laptop chips later this fall. Prior to that, Microsoft had only ever talked about Copilot+ coming to Windows on Arm devices, which use chips from Qualcomm.That’s a lot of branding to throw at you, but what this essentially means is that Copilot+ laptops are now set to be split between three different chipsets—and unfortunately, it looks like two of those chipsets are going to lag behind the other.In statements to

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