Posts tagged apple
Why Apple is NOT a repair company

 Lets first state what many may forget. Apple is a innovative sales company, not a repair company. The primary business model for Apple inc. is to design, manufacture and create new solutions for its end users with a consistent flow to its product line. 

 The Apple Store is just that, a store to showcase it's products and new designs.  "In 2015, there were 463 Apple stores worldwide. Since the opening of the first Apple store in the United States in 2001, the number of Apple stores around the world has boomed, surpassing 200 stores after 2007 and still rising."

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Secrets Your Mobile Phone Insurance Company Doesn't Want You To Know

The promise of phone insurance and the reality of it are vastly different. Most people seem to think that if they “break” their phone the insurance is there to replace it with a brand new one. For some, a “broken phone” is really just a shattered screen that could have been replaced at a repair shop for about $100, but instead they send it off to Asurion and have their phone (that had a perfectly functional motherboard and had never seen a drop of water) replaced with a “Refurbished by Asurion” phone whose mobo was shoddily repaired after liquid damage by a half-rate technician contracted by the company to mass repair boards collected from other phones sent to the company from customers that don’t really seem to understand what their phone is worth.

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Apple Computer Repair Services

Wires Computing offers many repair services for all the apple computer series.

iMac Repair

Macbook Pro Repair

Mac Mini Repair

Macbook Air Repair

We repair many of the following issues:

  • Hard Disk Drive Problems

  • Cracked Screen Repairs

  • Computer doesn't turn on

  • Macbook 3 beeps

  • Macbook Question mark folder on start up

  • Macbook Liquid Damage repairs

  • Apple Macbook service battery soon message

  • Keyboard not working issues

...and many more.

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OSX 10.11 El Capitan

OS X El Capitan system requirements

If your Mac was able to run Mavericks or Yosemite it will be able to run El Capitan. Those supported Macs include:

  • iMac (Mid 2007 or newer)

  • MacBook Air (Late 2008 or newer)

  • MacBook (Late 2008 Aluminum, or Early 2009 or newer)

  • Mac mini (Early 2009 or newer)

  • MacBook Pro (Mid/Late 2007 or newer)

  • Mac Pro (Early 2008 or newer)

  • Xserve (Early 2009)

All of those Macs feature a 64-bit CPU. You’ll also need about 6GB of space to be available for the install (so make sure you have more room than that or you may encounter issues).

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