Justin Long I'm a Mac Apple Intel
Remember Apple’s “Get a Mac” campaign that ran from 2006 to 2009? The ones that opened to a minimalist all-white background, and a man dressed in casual clothes introduces himself as an Apple Macintosh computer (Justin Long), while a man in a more formal suit-and-tie combination introduces himself as a Microsoft Windows personal computer (John Hodgman). Now, Intel has hired the former to point out a few shortcomings of Macs, or at least what Intel thinks. Read more for the video and additional information.



Some of the supposed drawbacks of Mac computers include their inflexibility, poor gaming capabilities, and lack of a touchscreen. Why did Intel go out of their way to create this video? Well, it’s most likely because Apple went from being an Intel customer for many years to a competitor when it replaced x86 chips with their very own M1 silicon.

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