“It’s in! The new 12” MacBook demo model is waiting for you to try out at the Apple Desk in the bookstore. Stop by to check it out! Will be for sale soon!” by Vivian Sabla
You may have heard already if you keep abreast of the latest tech news, that Apple just announced a new line-up of MacBook Pro’s. This news to me differs from what it may mean to you. At the Apple Desk in the College Bookstore, this news only means the head-ache of having more Clearanced Mac’s in our store. It also means I have to go and slash prices on other Mac’s already on clearance! As well as make room for the new line-up.
So, now we are currently having a SLASH PRICES SALE on clearanced Mac’s and iPad’s!! You will find prices as low as up to $500 off regular prices.
You will find pricing on the price sheets below.
What do Jimmy Lovine (left) and Dr. Dre (right) have in common with Apple?
Jimmy Lovine and Dr. Dre signed on with Apple for an Apple acquisition of Beats Music. Apple now gets Beats Music, a streaming music service, along with the Beats Electronics brand headphones, speakers and cables with their unique look and the co-founders of Beats- Jimmy Lovine, music genius and Dr. Dre, rap superstar who will bring their talents to give Apple a new edge in the world of music.
You will love the new music in the link provided below to Beats Music App. the best part about this App is that it is FREE!
Your Apple Desk here at the college in the Bookstore will be carrying the new look in sound.
Apple announced new lower prices on MacBook Air’s with a faster processor!
Our 11″ Models are now:
Our 13″ models are now:
-your College ID gets you an additional $50 off those lower prices.
Hopefully, you never feel the need to do the Computer Malfunction Dance!
Experiencing problems with your Mac can be frustrating, especially during times when it seems you most need your Mac to run at its best. During Mid-Terms or Final Exam week is the least convenient times for problems to occur. Determining whether your Mac’s issue are software or hardware can help direct the path you take to get it fixed.
Software related issues
- If the issue appears to start during certain applications.
- If issue occurs right when your Mac turns on
Hardware related issues
- Hearing clicking noises when your Mac starts up
- Seeing Question Mark and/or Flashing Folder.
- Mac overheating, not hearing fan run.
- Mac Not starting up.
Sometimes strange issues can be tweaked by simply taking the time to update your Mac when you receive those annoying little reminders. These updates are often Designed to alleviate some known software issues.
Apple offers a site that can help you determine which of these issues fit your Mac’s problem. BUT, before attempting to use disk utility to check for disk errors or reinstalling your Mac OS X, you may want to call or email our Apple Authorized technician, information at bottom.
If you have determined that your Mac is experiencing Software related issue– the Helpdesk in the Davis Family Library is a useful spot to stop at for free help usually run by students who are ever eager to assist. Warning!– If your Mac is under warranty, your computer can only be opened where the Hard drive, Logic Board and Battery are located by an Apple Authorized Technician or the warranty can be jeopardized.
For Hardware related issues, our Apple Authorized technician, Ark Lemal, is certified to handle all hardware issues with your Mac whether under warranty or not. Ark tries to keep some regular hours here in the College Bookstore for the Middlebury Community convenience which are Monday, Wednesday, and Friday later afternoons but since he is the only Tech on campus who handles all of the non-college owned Mac’s, he asks that you follow the drop off method since he is so busy.
Ark can be reached at 802/318-4657 or email@example.com