Microsoft posted some hi-res posters of the new ad campaign “Life Without Walls” directly targeting Apple’s “close platform”.

A disturbing detail however, "Flickr user LuisDS found that metadata on the creative copy of the “stereotyped PC user” and other photos appearing on Microsoft’s “I’m a PC” website revealed that they were produced using Macs running Adobe Creative Suite 3 as reported by Roughlydrafted.  It is understandable that Microsoft might’ve used an external advertisement agency that use Mac for their graphics and perhaps Microsoft  “overlooked” this tiny but embarrassing details. Thankfully things have been corrected since.

[Via Roughlydrafted]

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