As our presence continues to grow in Canyon Country Mac community, it’s been fascinating to see this diverse group of users grow and develop into powers users, be it for for school or personal computing.. With Apple’s continued growth, thanks to the now iPhone and iPad which have captured critical praise from press and users in education, business, and at home, the Mac, sometimes is under represented in conversations though it has equally flourished as well.
While each quarter PC shipments have continued to decline, Apple has had solid growth with the Mac. This has been fueled in part because of the ecosystem that makes using the Mac and iPhone or iPhone such a delight to use with one and other. To help further grow the Mac, Apple recently introduced a new 11-inch MacBook Air, starting at just $899. Best of all, students can get their hands on the ultra-portable computer for $849. Specs include:
- 1.4GHz dual-core Intel Core i5 processor
- Turbo Boost up to 2.7GHz
- Intel HD Graphics 5000
- 4GB memory
- 128GB PCIe-based flash storage
With an affordable price, students and consumers alike have been flocking towards Apple products more than ever and this can be seen in the Canyon Country Mac scene. Where we come in this picture is to help support this great community. From High School students, to those who attend College of the Canyons, we’ve been proud to play a hand and support everyday trouble shooting like integrating iCloud and your precious photos to seamlessly sync between your device, to more sensitive matters like a data transfer from your PC to the first Mac.
As the Canyon Country Mac scene continues to grow, we hope that all of you take one important lesson away from us. No matter how secure or well built your Mac is, it’s never too secure to not have a backup. Too many times, we’ve been dispatched after the facts in order to recover data from now a down machine. Be it due to a loss of the device or an accidental spill of coffee on your notebook at Starbucks, data loss can happen in ways that are at times outside of our control.
As we continue our push in the digital world where all our of photos, videos, and work like papers and resumes are created on our computer, we can never be too safe to have a backup. As I always say, Canyon Country Mac users don’t let their friends compute without a backup.
If you have questions about this or other Mac related inquires, don’t hesitate to contact us, be it via phone call, text (661-412-2324), or online at Facebook or on Twitter. For more information, be sure to visit our Contact Us page. For our friends closer to the I5, no need to worry. Bebi Tech is proud to be party of the Canyon Country Mac and Valencia Mac scene! No rivalries here 🙂
Remember, when you buy a Mac, you’re not simply purchasing a better computing experience but are instead, joining a thriving community that’s eager to help one and other.