Dis­as­ter re­lief

How to solve your Mac and iOS prob­lems

Mac Format - - CONTENTS -

Most of us have come to take for granted that our Mac, iPhone, or iPad just sort of… work. It’s there when we need it and ready to per­form what­ever task we de­mand of it. Even those of us who’ve been us­ing Macs for two decades – since the days when deal­ing with the un­ex­pected was a nec­es­sary part of us­ing any com­puter – can scarcely re­mem­ber a time when things didn’t go as planned nearly all of the time.

The flipside of that is, of course, that when things do go wrong, we’re more likely to be

caught out. But that doesn’t have to be the case; there’s al­most noth­ing that can go wrong that hasn’t gone wrong for sev­eral other peo­ple at some point in the past – and, in most cases, has been fixed with­out too much trauma.

In some ex­treme cases, of course, you might have to call for help. There are plenty of au­tho­rised ser­vice cen­tres ready and able to pro­vide it, as well as the Ge­nius Bars at Ap­ple Stores. But mostly, you can fix the prob­lem your­self, and over the next few pages, we’ll show you ex­actly how to do it…

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