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Justin Long, aka ‘I’m a Mac’ man, switches on Apple in brand-new advertisements for Intel – CNET

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Justin Long is a PC nowadays.


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Obviously star Justin Long isn’t a Mac any longer.

Long, who appeared in Apple commercials with comic John Hodgman in the late 2000s (the “I’m a Mac, I’m a PC” guys), is now starring in a series of advertisements for Intel, turning the script on the project that made PCs appear like least hip gadgets around.

In the brand-new advertisements, Long states, “I’m a. Justin, simply a genuine individual doing a contrast in between Mac and PC.” He compares whatever from the color and design offerings of PCs to MacBooks‘ failure to flex into a tablet. The advertisements likewise try PC versus Mac video gaming. “Nobody truly video games on a Mac,” the advertisement states.

Apple didn’t right away react to an ask for remark.

At its Mac occasion in November, Apple included a “one last thing” cameo with Hodgman reprising his role as the PC guy.

The Intel advertisements aren’t the very first time a representative has actually defected to a competing camp. Significantly, previous Verizon commercial star Paul Marcarelli ( the “Can you hear me now?” man) began doing advertisements for Sprint in 2016.

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