Apple sure loves to be salty about its competitors. The tech company recently unveiled its new "switch" campaign, which throws some serious shade at Android phones, but this isn't a new thing. All the way back in the "Macintosh" days, Apple's focus was hating on PCs.
In the above ad, made in 2002 and also titled "Switch," Apple tapped a bunch of regular people and celebrities — including De La Soul and Will Ferrell — to say just why they switched to Mac. While each story is different, the general takeaway was that PCs sucked, Macs didn't.
This was a running theme for the company, who later ran "Get a Mac" series featuring The Daily Show's John Hodgman as a PC and Justin Long as a Mac. Watch both videos in all their grainy 2000s glory and be thankful that HD now exists.
In other tech news, Android creator Andy Rubin unveils the stunning Essential phone.