Intel’s terrible anti-Mac ads only mean one thing: Apple is winning

Funny how Intel doesn't actually mention Apple's M1 processors

Credit: Intel

Well, The Macalope watched all of the recently released train wreck so you wouldn't have to and, let him tell you, there went too many minutes of his life that he'll never get back.

What? No, he's not talking about the Snyder Cut. Is he? No, no, he's not. He's talking about Intel's recently released Go PC ads starring Justin Long.

Long, as you may recall, played the Mac in the Get a Mac ads of the 2000s against John Hodgman's lovable loser PC. John Gruber aptly summed up Intel's supposed thinking here:

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