The last “I’m a Mac” ad

Mac: “Hello, I’m a Mac”
PC: “And I’m a PC. And I feel like a new computer!”
Mac: “Oh?”
PC: “Yes, Windows 7 has rejuvenated me. No more problems, it changed everything – you should try it. Out with the old, in with the new!”
Mac: “Really? So, you mean, no more BIOS, registry or activation?”
PC: “Yes— NO! What are you talking about? These have nothing to do with it! Why shouldn’t I start by showing a screen with only white text on a black background, full of useless information?”
Mac: “I—”
PC: “Or why shouldn’t I check all the time that I’m not using a pirated Windows, allowing the user to sleep easy in this knowledge?”
Mac: “Actu—”
PC: “Besides, these things are part of me; I couldn’t live without them. Doesn’t that happen to you?”
Mac: “Well, no. If something is a problem, I get rid of it.”
PC: “I mean, you’re almost as old as I am! There’s bound to be some old cruft you can’t get rid of…”
Mac: “…no.”
(iPad enters from the left. She’s a young woman who seems to be 18 or 19. She is, of course, beautiful. She crosses the screen in front of our heroes, paying no attention whatsoever to them. She dances slightly as she’s walking, and she’s humming a tune to herself)
iPad: “I’m iPad, hmm hmm hmmm, hmm hmm hmmm…”
Mac (not looking so smug anymore): “I suddenly feel much older…”
PC (looking in the direction of iPad, who has left the screen): “Why, I feel much younger!”
(Cut to iPad. The actual device, I mean)