Serif font such as
Times New Roman is usually used in printing document in Windows.
What is the equivalent font in Apple?
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As @Const says in the comment above, Times New Roman is available on all Macs from 10.5 on.
However, the "old-school" Mac equivalent to Times New Roman is Times...somewhat fitting, because as this article discusses, Times Roman and Times New Roman were Depression-era rivals:
After Monotype completed Times New Roman, it had to license the design to then-rival Linotype, because the Times used Linotype’s typesetting machines. (Think of Monotype and Linotype as the Depression-era Microsoft and Apple.) Since then, Monotype has sold the font as “Times New Roman” and Linotype has marketed its version as “Times Roman.”