Did You Know? You can fix a slow or unresponsive Mac. Is your Mac slow? Do you see the spinning pinwheel of death every day? Don’t put up with it! There are many reasons why your Mac might have performance issues. If you can figure out what’s wrong, you can take steps to rectify it. You can fix most common causes of a slow Mac yourself, and relatively easily.
Hardware issues, though, are the exception. If your Mac has a problem with a particular component, the fix becomes more complicated. Even desktop computers like the iMac are notoriously difficult to repair yourself—Apple uses heavy amounts of glue and solder in its manufacturing process.
In a worst-case scenario, you can always ask Apple to take a look. If you book a free Genius appointment at an Apple Store, they run a full set of diagnostics on your machine. From there, they should be able to recommend a fix for the problem. If you want Apple to repair your machine, you have to pay out of pocket if the warranty’s expired, unless you have AppleCare.
Remember, it’s free to book an appointment at an Apple Store, find out what’s wrong with your machine, and how much it will cost to fix. The company only charges you for repairs after it has your consent to make them.
If you want a second opinion or would just prefer someone come diagnose your Mac at your home or office, it is as easy as booking an appointment right here at Triangle CompuDocs.