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Email problems, virus & malware infections, slow Macs, iCloud issues, upgrades . . . even printers
that have stopped working.
Safe & Secure
Our remote access system is easy to use, totally secure and, most importantly, you always maintain complete control of your computer.
Years Of Experience
We have over 10 years of experience providing remote Mac support to customers across the
United States and the globe.
What People Say
TV Writer - Brentwood
“I have Applecare. I’m 12 minutes from two different Apple stores and, still, John is my #1 Apple resource. I’ve yet to hit a Mac problem he couldn’t fix. Definitely recommended.”
Pamela Bel Anu
Therapist - Los Angeles
“The thing I most appreciate about John, next to finally being able to use iMovie and the evil iCloud… is that I trust him”
Casting - Los Angeles
“John managed to retrieve 9,500 emails I’d previously deleted. When I get a problem, I call John. I like to hear “Let’s take a look.” I’m not so hot on the “Your data’s gone” approach.”
Writer - Los Angeles
“As a professional writer, the ease of my computer working perfectly is crucial and only accomplished as a result of the brilliant knowledge and patient style of John. I am grateful”
Director of Photography - Ventura
“I got a guided tour of the Mac at the pace I needed. John’s good at this. He’s patient. That’s important when you pay someone to come to your house.”
Pilot - Los Angeles
“John was great. He understood that I was desperate and found a spot for me the next day. He showed up on time and after a few questions went right to work. In no time at all he diagnosed and solved the problem..”
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Our Favorite Review Quotes
“If you haven’t had the opportunity to work with him… break your computer right now! It will be worth it, I promise you.”
“No-one I’ve met understands the iCloud. Even Apple don’t seem capable of explaining it. They should hire this guy.”
“I can’t recommend him highly enough although, on the other hand, I don’t want him to get too busy for me!”
“Johns visits, much like those of Santa Claus… always leave me content and are welcome.”
What To Expect
We Don’t Work Like Other IT Companies
Ask as many questions as you like. We’re happy to
as we work.
We provide private lessons on all aspects of the Mac, iPhone and iPad as well as the Apple Apps Keynote and iMovie.
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Who Are We
No Problem Mac was started by John Carroll who’s been troubleshooting Apple problems since 1984.
He has extensive on-the-ground experience with all types of Apple hardware and software.
Originally from Dublin, Ireland, he moved to Los Angeles in 1998.
No Problem Mac remains one of the few IT companies in Los Angeles that specialize in helping people in their homes.
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