MAC LEARN ATLANTA
Tech Support, Training and Data Recovery for your Apple products in the Atlanta area
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MAC LEARN has maintained a 5 Star rating ever since opening in 2014
Ian is very professional and goes the extra mile to make sure your problem is solved. Added bonus, he has a great personality and that is not always the case with people that are so tech savvy. Also, there were some additional steps required after our visit and he followed up with me diligently to make sure that I was able to accomplish what I needed to. I would highly recommend him for anybody having issues with anything in the Apple ecosystem.
Ian helped me recover data from an external drive that stopped working in Feb 2018. He did a great job identifying the problem and then was able to get the lost data onto my new drive. He kept in touch throughout the project and I’m very happy with the outcome. Great job!
Ian is very professional and helpful! He responds quickly and always follows up. He is also patient and thorough. I highly recommend him to anyone who needs any type of help with their Apple Devices.
This week, Apple has released the new macOS Mojave 10.4.5 and iOS 12.3 updates:
After a few weeks of beta testing, Apple has finally released updated versions of the operating systems for your Mac, iPhone and iPad.
For the most part, these updates fix small little issues and improve stability. But the macOS Mojave is particularly important since it fixes a potentially dangerous problem for Macs called the ZombieLoad vulnerability. It’s not something I would stress out about, but you should still do the update when you have a moment.
As always, make sure that your Mac, iPhone or iPad is backed up before you do any of these updates.