They say that breaking-up is hard to do and nowhere in tech is that more evident than Intel’s scorned lover-like anti-Mac ads posted to social media this month.
After being dumped by Apple, the chipmaker has fled to the loving embrace of Microsoft and gone all-in on the PC with a “you’re not on a Mac” campaign.
“If you can power a rocket launch and launch Rocket League, you’re not on a Mac. Go PC.
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