“The hard drive on my 2014 Apple Mac mini failed, so I brought it to MacMedics in Severna Park. I visited them in the afternoon and learned they could put in an SSD for me if I provided it. I ordered one they recommended from Amazon, which was delivered to them at 5:49 the next […]
Another excellent 5-Star Good review from a new MacMedics customer! “The hard disk on my 2014 Mac mini failed. I brought it to MacMedics in Severna Park in the afternoon and learned they could put in an SSD for me if I provided it. I ordered one they recommended from Amazon, and it was delivered to them at 5:49 AM […]
Mac mini brings the latest advanced technologies to the most affordable Mac, while retaining its compact, energy-efficient design. Featuring fourth-generation dual-core Intel Core processors, faster Intel graphics, next-generation Wi-Fi, two Thunderbolt 2 ports, Fusion Drive option, and OS X Yosemite, the new Mac mini delivers the full Mac experience with great performance for everyday use.
If you’re looking to avoid the Mall today, we have some great last minute gift ideas at some really great prices at the MacMedics Severna Park location. Save $100 New & Custom Built and MAXED out MacBook Air 13”, 1.8GHz i7, 4GB, 256GB Flash, Intel HD Graphics 3000 $1599! Save $100 New Last revision 13″ […]
The Apple Store won’t upgrade your hard drive for you. But, MacMedics can, and we can do so either in or out of Apple warranty. Here’s a common hard drive scenario that we help MacMedics clients with every day. Your hard drive has failed, but you’d like to replace with a larger hard drive. This […]
The Power Mac G5 is really pretty much over in terms of being powerful enough for someone who is doing professional design work. We have very few clients left still doing professional design work on G5’s. Some of the more recent Power Mac G5’s are “okay” for some use, but at this point, it’s really […]
Update 2/4/11: Apple completed it’s repair extension program covering the Seagate 7.01 type drives on February 04, 2011. Update 2/1/11: We’ve noticed (and others on the Internets) that Seagate drives that have the firmware version of 3.CAE are in the same category as the Seagate 7.01 firmware drive that are prone to catastrophic and sudden […]