MAC LEARN ATLANTA
Tech Support, Training and Data recovery for your Apple products in Atlanta
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Was very impressed with Ian’s knowledge of my computer and his ability to resolve the problems I was having with my 6 year old Apple! Would strongly recommend Ian’s services to anyone having issues or questions about their Apple computer. It was also nice not having to take my computer into a computer “repair shop”, but rather have the “computer doctor” actually make a house call to ultimately diagnose and fix the problems I was having with my computer in my home!. Thank you, Dr. Ian!!!
When I heard that Ian had been a “creative” at the Apple store, I knew I had to give him a try. And best yet, he came to me, so no waiting at the store. He is not only articulate, patient, reasonable in price and a pleasure to work with, he knows his stuff. Then when out of town and needing help, it was no problem to have him work with me while he viewed my computer remotely. He has helped me with the issues I call about and then so much more. Since I did not grow up with computers, Ian has helped take much frustration out of the tech world for me and I highly recommend him.
I’m an old, grey haired guy who just doesn’t understand computers, but I needed someone to teach me how to use a Mac and fix a few computer related issues…I was in need of help when I came across Ian’s name, saw that he was local and contacted him with my problem. Ian responded almost immediately and we set up a time to meet. Ian was punctual, articulate, patient and took the time needed for me to feel comfortable with my new computer. Ian doesn’t talk like a “computer person.” He uses language that is easy to follow and understand. I have scheduled several sessions with Ian, and each time I have been more than 100% satisfied with each learning session. I highly recommend Ian and “Mac Learn” for any and all computer related issues you may have…Big or small…Ian is the guy for you!
Apple has recently released a new 13 inch MacBook Pro for 2020. The big news here is that this new MacBook Pro has a new “Magic” keyboard. The last couple of years, the MacBook Pro has been getting plenty of criticism for it’s noisy and flawed “Scissors” keyboard design. Apple finally got the message and has added a much improved keyboard along with some nice performance enhancements. Faster processors, double the storage, and better battery life. The thing to really pay attention to is the difference between the two different processors you can get with this new MacBook Pro. The base $1299 model gets you an 8th generation Intel Core i5 Processor, while the more expensive $1799 model comes with an 10th generation Intel Core processor. If you’re doing anything with graphics, video or music production work, the 10th generation processor makes a big difference.
Apple recently released Logic Pro 10.5, a very big update to their professional music production software. It introduces some big new features and workflow enhancements, making it the biggest update to Logic Pro X in many years. It introduces a new Live Loop feature, which is very reminiscent of the way music software such as Ableton Live and Bitwig Studio operate. There is two new samplers introduced which replace the long-time EXS24 sampler that has been a part of Logic for decades. There is a brand Step Sequencer, improved Drum Machine designer, a ton of new content, support for Novation launchpad, and much more. There is a lot of new stuff to learn. If you need any help, I’m a Logic Pro certified trainer and available to provide training in person or remotely.