Apple has debuted a new ad in their “Get a Mac” campaign called “Trainer” which prominently features actor Robert Loggia (“Big,” “Scarface,” and “Independence Day,” among hundreds of other projects).
In the new ad, Loggia plays a physical trainer trying to whip poor PC into shape with inspirational messages such as, “Come on get started you bucket of bolts” — which we imagine has to be pretty close to, if not exactly, how the Windows sufferers start each miserable day — and “PC Mag rated Mac #1 in customer support. Are you just going to take that?”
Already tired, PC begs for some positive reinforcement and trainer Loggia says sarcastically, “Suuure, you’re doing a good job Mac!” To which Mac replies, “Thanks.”
Apple’s “Trainer” ad:
Direct link via YouTube here.
See the ad in a variety of sizes via Apple.com here.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “sparkplug” for the heads up.]