It is hard to make a case based on put/call ratios. People sell puts to buy (bullish) and they sell calls to dispose of shares (bearish). That is the opposite of what people think of put/call ratio.
The volume can be someone trading the contracts. They might put in a large order to buy calls at X cents and to sell the calls at X+5 cents. If their order volumes are large enough, you will see Intel trade in a 5 cent range. The effect on the open interest will be less than the volumes.
There is APR volume in $20, $21 and $22 strikes of 5,206, 14,189 and 7,765 contracts totalling 27160 contracts. JUNE $23 of 27,588 is nicely close to the sum of the 3.
It looks like there is still some APR buying of LONG STRANGLES and STRADDLES (PUT and CALL pair) to bet on volatility. Some if not all of the JUNE $23 are more likely someone selling rather than buying. My bet would be someone rolling UP their APR CALLs.