Apple products are very popular. However they are expensive. Morgan Stanley has calculated the average amount that US households spend on Apple products. In 2007, it was $150 and in 2010, it was up to $295. But in 2011, the average increased to $444. 2012 will be even higher. That means that the average American household is spending 1% of their income on Apple products – be they MacBook, iPad or iPhone. Since many families have no Apple products, this means that “Apple” households can be spending 5% or more of their income on Apple products.
You may feel it is a costly obsession or a requirement of living in today’s world. In either case, we can help your wallet a little. Apple is well known for free help at the Genius Bar for all Apple software issues. However problems with non-Apple software or hardware is definitely not free. Absolute Computers can help. For example, if you break the screen on your iPad / MacBook – we have found our prices are about 1/3 of what Apple charges. Give us a call – remember our diagnostics are free for software and hardware issues ( our diagnostics are always free).