Apparently actor Justin Long isn't a Mac anymore.
Long, who appeared in Apple commercials with comedian John Hodgman in the late 2000s (the ), is now starring in a series of ads for Intel, flipping the script on the campaign that made PCs look like least hip devices around.
In the new ads, Long says, "I'm a... Justin, just a real person doing a comparison between Mac and PC." He compares everything from the color and style offerings of PCs to MacBooks' inability to bend into a tablet. The ads also take a shot at PC versus Mac gaming. "No one really games on a Mac," the ad says. Another spot highlights the 's touchscreen, versus the .
Apple didn't immediately respond to a request for comment.
At its Mac event in November, Apple featured a "one last thing" cameo with.
The Intel ads aren't the first time a spokesperson has defected to a rival camp. Notably, former Sprint in 2016.(the "Can you hear me now?" guy) started doing ads for