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MAC, IPHONE AND IPAD CLASSES IN LOS ANGELES

John Carroll - Owner

Anyone can learn to use the Mac, iPhone, or iPad. You just need a teacher that’s patient, adapts to your style of learning, and can explain technical concepts in plain language. 

We’ve been working with people of all ages for almost 15 years. You’d be surprised how quickly your confidence can grow with one or two lessons.

Call (310) 621-5679 to find out how we can help you.

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Mac

Using a Mac is not a skill you’re born with.

Contrary to popular opinion, no one instinctively knows what buttons to push. So . . . why not get your own personal teacher.

We teach the Mac to kids, adults, and seniors all over Los Angeles.

We offer private home visits with availability 7 days a week. 

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iPhone

If you just got an iPhone and don’t know how to use it, don’t feel bad. The device in your hand packs more technology than it took to get Neil Armstrong to the moon.

We teach kids, adults, and seniors in the comfort of their own home.

Classes start with the basics and we move forward at your pace

Home visits available now.

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iPad

New to iPad.  A home class is a great way to start.

We teach kids, adults, and seniors in cities all across Los Angeles.

You’ll use Apps to email, message, get directions, find restaurants, listen to music, play games, and . . . watch TV in bed.

Call (310) 621-5679 to get started.

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iMovie and Keynote

iMovie is perfect for organizing vacation footage, making fun movies with your kids, or creating a video to celebrate your parent’s birthday or wedding anniversary.

Keynote is easy to use and produces eye-catching,  engaging presentations. You can learn how to build a professional slide deck within an hour.

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Teach Yourself –  Tips For Learning

Press Buttons

It’s almost impossible to cause physical harm to a Mac, iPad or iPhone unless you use a hammer. You can find out a great deal by doing a little exploring by yourself.

Google It

If you have a question, you’ll find the answer on Google. Most people who are self-taught. . . are just good at Googling with persistence until they find the answer they’re looking for.

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Press Buttons

It’s almost impossible to cause physical harm to a Mac, iPad or iPhone unless you use a hammer. You can find out a great deal by doing a little exploring by yourself.

Google It

If you have a question, you’ll find the answer on Google. Most people who are self-taught. . . are just good at Googling with persistence until they find the answer they’re looking for.

Use YouTube

This is a great place to learn new things. You may have to do some digging, as there is an awful lot of crap out there, but you’ll generally find some quality content.

Grab A Book

Macs For Dummies is one of the more well-known books for new Mac users. If you can locate a bookstore there are many others you can take a look at. Buying books on Amazon is difficult as you can’t flip through the pages to get an idea of the teaching style. The most important factor in this area is an honest assessment of “Will I actually read this?”

Surprise Resource

Apple iPhone Manuals are available through the Books app. If you want a comprehensive look at how your device functions this is a good place to start.

Online Blogs

There are a ton of Apple blogs online. My own blog is filled with information geared toward helping my clients. Take advantage of what’s free. Simple things you pick up in a few minutes can save you hours.

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In Los Angeles

If you are interested in learning how to use an Apple computer, device or application we can help you.
Call (310) 621-5679 to get started.