APPLE SUPPORT in LOS ANGELES
We offer support help on all Apple Macs and all versions of macOS from 10.6 Snow Leopard to 10.12 Monterey.
We also help you resolve Apple, Microsoft, Adobe, Google, and DropBox problems.
Our Apple Support is comprehensive and covers slow, frozen, and unresponsive Macs, iCloud issues, email problems, virus and malware removal, Apple and general user issues. We also provide Mac maintenance advice, help and responsive follow-up service. Click to learn more about Mac support.
We’re available 7 days a week from 8:00 am to 8:00 pm for service and come directly to your home or business to help with your Mac.
Call us for an appointment now – (310) 621-5679.
We offer support on Apple iPhones and all versions of the Apple iOS.
We also install bluetooth keyboards, speakers, and other compatible devices.
iPhone support covers lost passcodes, email failure, iCloud sync issues, frozen Apps, low storage warnings, Facetime call drops, and network connections problems. Click to learn more about Apple iPhone support.
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We work with Apple iPad users of all ages in all places.
Maybe your parents need help with their iPad, and you live out of state, or your kids are having problems and they’re in college halfway across the country.
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OTHER APPLE SUPPORT SERVICE IN LOS ANGELES
We provide support for all other Apple devices and accessories.
We’re happy to assist, help and advise on other electronics where possible.
We resolve problems with Apple TV, Apple Watch, HomePod, printers, wi-fi, backups, and power management. Our Mac service includes iMac, Macbook, Macbook Pro and a variety of Apple Mac products. We also help clients on Apple iMovie, Keynote, Word, and Excel projects including business presentations, family videos, and slideshows for memorials. Click to learn more.
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Support Tips For Your Apple Devices
Restart your Mac
Always restart your Mac after experiencing any system-wide issue like a freeze or an endless spinning beach ball. Although you can generally leave your Mac in sleep mode, it’s also a good idea to restart an Apple computer every week or two so you’re working from a clean slate.
Most software, like Microsoft Word, Excel or Final Draft incorporate an autosave feature. You should locate this option before you start working on your Mac. Often, the default will be set to autosave every 10 minutes. I would recommend changing this to 3 minutes.
Many Apple problems have very simple answers. A quick search of Google is always worth your time.
Email Never Goes Down
If you use Apple Mail or Outlook on your Mac or Apple device and experience problems with service, don’t forget that you can always open a browser like Safari or Chrome and log into your mail server directly.
iCloud Storage Full
Check Apple iCloud storage in Settings to find out what’s taking up all the space. My recommendation is not to delete things unless you are absolutely sure that you never want to see them again. Often, it’s easier to buy more iCloud storage. At $.99 cents a month for $50GB the cost is minimal and this service can be canceled at any time. It’s better to look at what you want to delete on your device when you aren’t driven by the pressure of having no space. $.99 cents buys you and your Apple device breathing room.
Apple Storage Full
Unfortunately, if you get these messages and ignore them your Mac will fill to maximum capacity and cease to function. The problem can be fixed, but it’s better not to wait until the last minute. When this occurs you need to move large items from your Mac to an external drive or delete them. Don’t bother combing through emails and deleting them. Emails are generally small and of no consequence. The big-ticket items, in order are: Movies, TV Shows, Photos and Music. It is also worth looking on the Apple desktop as many people store huge files there. If managed properly, the downloads folder on your Mac should be empty. It probably isn’t and you may find large files there that you can delete to relieve your Apple storage.
Empty The Trash
No matter how many files you delete on your Mac, you will get back no space unless you empty the Trash. Try to make a habit of doing this once a day. Many people close all their applications at night even though they don’t need to… but forget to empty the trash on their Mac.
A messy desktop slows down your Mac. Try to keep large numbers of items off the desktop. One easy way to resolve this is to create a single folder on the Mac desktop and place all those loose files into that folder.
iPad or iPhone Crashes and Freezes
These can always be resolved by a hard reboot of your Apple device. This is different from turning your iPhone off and on again. Key combinations to perform a hard reboot are different for each series of iPhone. Check online and you’ll easily find the information you need. Don’t worry, this procedure will not cause any data loss on your iPad or iPhone.
There are ways to resolve most problems on your Mac. You just need the right kind of help. If we can’t provide it, we’ll refer you to someone who can.
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