This t-shirt is dark orange and features the words, “I’m a Mac.” front and center.
The t-shirt is a reference to an Apple ad campaign that ran from 2006–2009 titled “Get a Mac.” Television commercials and print ads featured two actors, Justin Long as “Mac” and comedian John Hodgman as “PC,” against an all-white background. Wikipedia describes the ads:
“The two…act out a brief vignette, in which the capabilities and attributes of Mac and PC are compared, with PC—characterized as formal and somewhat polite, though uninteresting and overly concerned with work—often being frustrated by the more laid-back Mac’s abilities.”
The t-shirt tag indicates it is a Hanes Beefy-T brand made from 100% cotton in size 2XL. It was made in El Salvador. The back of the t-shirt is blank.
Although Apple sold a shirt with a similar design, this shirt was exclusive to the Apple Distinguished Educator program. I am part of the ADE Class of 2007. (The Apple Company Store version uses smaller text with the words “Hello, I’m a Mac.” and has a white Apple logo on the top-center of the back.)