Whether it’s on site, or by remote access, Jaytag Computer are experts at getting your Mac and surrounding systems up and running again in an instant.
We come to you – at your home or office to collect your machine, so you needn’t take time out of your busy schedule to drop your system to a shop or book a Genius Bar appointment.
We’re London based – and can often be with you in the city or west end the same day for immediate assistance. For example, we can come to you to replace a broken hard drive within an hour, and have your system up and working again straight away.
We can often replace a broken LCD screen, system memory, keyboard, or other internal part within 24hrs, so your system is returned to you the next day in perfect working order.
All of our engineers are well versed in Apple hardware, from 68030 LCIIs (we are showing our age here!) through G3, G4 and G5 to the latest Xeon powered Mac Pro workstations, and Intel i5 iMacs.
We can configure, install and troubleshoot all Apple consumer hardware too, including Macbook, iPad, iPod, iPhone and Apple TV.
Where you are using legacy Apple server equipment, like Xserve and Xserve RAID, we can supply new or reconditioned hard drives and parts to keep these servers running. We can also provide support for transitioning to alternative hardware like the Promise VTrak as your equipment comes to the end of its life.
Software wise, we have years of experience from OS7 onwards – we’re fluent in all variants of OSX, and programs such as Quark XPress, Adobe CS6, Parallels Desktop for working with Windows, and of course the Apple software such as iLife, iWork, Safari, Final Cut Pro, Aperture, and Logix Pro X.
Contact us here for immediate email assistance with your Mac problem, or call us now, absolutely free of charge on 0800 7879 258 to speak to one of our technical team.
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