“Hello, I’m a smug, self-righteous, over-simplifying prick.”
“And I’m a PC.”
Check yourself Mac marketing. Your OS really isn’t bad, and your computers are pretty powerful. It’s the air of smug (and false) superiority you have that smells. Bad.
Mac vs PC. Please.
Here’s a sentence with big words that make me sound smarter than I am: Mac vs PC is a dichotomy that is as ubiquitous as it is completely erroneous.
Look: Each is good. Each is different. Each is good for different things.
Mac is a better choice for garden-variety people who are just not technically proficient. A one-size-fits-all, simplified OS that generally works pretty well.
Artsy-fartsy Mac Supremacists will swear to you that a Mac is superior when it comes to graphic design and video editing. Bullshit. Comparable systems are more or less equal, and it’s truly an issue of taste.
Mac marketing is great at successfully spreading ideas and claims in their ads are just blatantly untrue: Mac computers never crash, whereas PC’s crash every day. Mac computers don’t get computer viruses, PC’s might as well be bags of e-disease.
Now: What’s worse than Mac marketing? Microsoft’s.