Because Apple makes both the hardware and software, we know the Mac inside and out. So any time you need a little help or if you just want to learn how to get the most out of your Mac, you’ll know where to go.
It comes with award-winning support.
A PC is loaded with software made by different companies. The computer itself is made by yet another company. So getting help can be a frustrating game of who-to-call. Not so with a Mac. Simply visit an Apple Store or make one call to AppleCare whenever you have questions.
We’ll move your files for you.
Purchase a One to One membership at the same time you get your new Mac from an Apple Retail Store, and you won’t have to spend hours transferring all your stuff. Just bring in your old PC, and we’ll do it for you. A Specialist will move all your files — email, contacts, music, photos, documents, calendar, desktop items — and make sure everything is exactly where it should be. One to One costs just A$129, and it includes a year’s worth of one-hour, face-to-face training sessions. It’s like getting a head start before you start.
We’re here to help.
Learn everything you need to know from the people who know everything. Feel free to contact Apple’s award-winning technical support team any way you like. Talk to an Apple Specialist on the phone, on your Mac in a live chat, or in person at an Apple Retail Store. Most issues can be resolved with a single phone call, chat or visit.
Geniuses are standing by.
If you have technical questions about your Mac, the Genius Bar is the place for free advice, insight and friendly, hands-on support. Geniuses use their impressive knowledge to answer questions, troubleshoot problems and carry out repairs — all at your local Apple Retail Store.
It’s easy to learn.
Learning how to use a new computer can be intimidating. We get that. So stop by an Apple Retail Store and sit in on complimentary workshops. Or buy a One to One membership with your new Mac — from an Apple Retail Store or the Apple Online Store — and get access to training with an expert.
Attend workshops that do wonders.
Learn something new about your Mac by taking a complimentary workshop at an Apple Retail Store. All workshops are taught by people who really know the Mac and are eager to share their knowledge with you. You’ll learn Mac basics, find out how to use Mac applications, and discover new tips and tricks.
Learn your way with One to One.
One to One training will help you do more with your Mac than you ever thought possible. First, we’ll set up your email, transfer your photos, music and other files, and show you how to keep everything in sync with iCloud. Then, we’ll work with you to create a curriculum tailored to your goals, learning style and experience level. One to One costs just A$129 for a full year and is available only at the time you buy a new Mac from the Apple Retail Store or the Apple Online Store.
Click and learn.
You can learn almost everything about your new Mac online at Apple.com. Watch video tutorials on iPhoto, iMovie, GarageBand, Mac OS X, accessing Wi-Fi networks and more. Learn valuable tricks and tips. With these online resources, you can get better acquainted with your Mac on your own time and at your own pace.
Products that you purchase in Australia are covered by Australian consumer law. For more details, click here. Your Mac also comes with 90 days of complimentary telephone technical support and a one-year limited warranty from Apple. To learn more about how Apple will service your Mac, click here.
Purchase the AppleCare Protection Plan to get up to three years of expert telephone technical support and additional hardware service options from Apple. For more information, click here.
Come in and try a Mac.
To really understand why you’ll love a Mac, you need to experience one for yourself.
Visit your nearest Apple Retail Store.
Locate an Apple Store near you and see firsthand all the amazing things a Mac has to offer.
Talk to a Specialist.
The world’s most knowledgeable Apple people can help you get to know our products and answer your questions.
Talk to an Apple Specialist.
Get Mac advice from anywhere.
Speak directly with a knowledgeable Apple Specialist over the phone at any time of the day.