Apple debuts three new ‘Get a Mac’ ads

Apple has debuted three new ads from the company’s “Get a Mac” campaign:

“Trust Mac” – Windows PC tries disguise in attempt to evade spyware and viruses. Mac doesn’t need to do anything:

“Accident” – Apple’s Mac OS X isn’t just safer than a Windows PC, portable Macs themselves are safer, too:

“Angel/Devil” – Windows PC fights inner demon upon being presented an iPhoto book created on a Mac:

See the ads in clean QuickTime in your choice of sizes via Apple.com here: http://www.apple.com/getamac/ads/

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Related articles:
Nearly 20 more ‘Get a Mac’ TV spots ready to roll – August 11, 2006
Apple’s ‘Get a Mac’ ads too harsh? – July 31, 2006
Expert panel critiques Apples’ new ‘Get a Mac’ ad TV campaign – May 15, 2006
Apple debuts ‘Get a Mac’ TV ads, new section of website replaces ‘Switch’ (link to watch ads online) – May 01, 2006

66 Comments

  1. The next ad they need to do is have PC dress up in Mac’s clothing and have Mac ask why PC is dressed just like him. Then PC would talk about windows Vista coming out and how much it’s like OSX. And then have Mac ask where the rest of the outfit is and have PC turn around and have the entire backside of the outfit missing. heh

    Too easy

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