Owner Spotlight: Neil Kent from Experimac of Sandy Springs, GA

We sat to talk with Neil Kent from Experimac of Sandy Springs, GA recently. The Sandy Springs store opened on March 4, 2015 and was the very first Experimac store to open. Neil worked really hard to learn how to develop the brand from the ground floor building a foundation for other franchisees. Experimac is a trusted tech source for Apple® product repairs and upgrades, pre-owned sales and trade-ins for iPhone® devices, iPad® tablets, iMac® computers, MacBook® laptops and more with locations across the country. Experimac also sells accessories and offers same day service for repairs and upgrades. They are often able to fix your device while you wait. Experimac offers a 90-day warranty on all repairs because we want all of our customers to experience the Experimac difference.

Coming from previous business ownership experiences, Neil Kent knows that hard work is necessary and says, “I love what I do.” He is dedicated to making his business successful and works about 11 hours a day, 8am to 7pm, 6 days a week. He went on to explain that he gets about 5 calls a week from potential franchisees asking if he would do this again and his response, “Absolutely!”.

Neil has lived in the Marietta area for just over 11 years, Sandy Springs borders on Marietta and therefore, only 5 miles from home. The idea to open the Experimac store in Sandy Springs was actually an idea that came from Ray Titus, CEO of United Franchise Group (UFG). Neil loves to point out to customers is that when you buy pre-owned products from Experimac of Sandy Springs, not only are you going to save a lot of money, you get to put your hands on the product right here in the store, you get to test them out and take a look at them. If there’s an issue, you don’t have to box it up and ship it. You come in and you talk to nice people who really want to take care of you. Helping the customers and ensuring they are satisfied with their products and service received is very important to Neil. Here’s more of what Neil had to share:

EXPERIMAC: Had you run your own business before?
NEIL: Yes, I had worked consulting for Event Management for a long time, probably 10-15 years. Additionally, I have owned a candle and incense distributorship. I got involved through some family, at the time, I invested in the business and ended up taking over. At this point, I work double time with my Experimac store.

EXPERIMAC: What would you say has been the most interesting or exciting part of having your Experimac this last year? And the most challenging aspect of it?
NEIL: The most interesting . . . you have no idea who is going to walk in the door next. The challenges that we face are the same challenges that any business would face, getting people to know to know that we’re here. For us, it’s two-fold. Getting people to know that we’re here and then getting them to understand that we’re not a cell phone repair store. The focus of our business is the selling of the beautiful pre-owned Macs and these other Apple products, but that we also offer repair services and when you talk to people they just get the impression that you’re the same old cell phone repair store that you see anywhere. So, that’s the hard part of it.

EXPERIMAC: And Experimac is a new brand, in general, so it’s a challenge to position yourself as the pre-owned Mac or Apple store, right?
NEIL: Yeah, we talk about ourselves as the ‘Smart Shopper’s Alternative,’ a phrase that one of the other franchisee’s came up with that I love. You don’t have to park 2 miles away at the mall. You don’t have to make an appointment with us. You’ll literally save anywhere from $400 to $1,000 buying from us instead of a brand new Apple product. And a lot of times, you’re getting a product, that I often think, is better than some of the new products that are out. If you equate it to the car market, everyone wants those classic cars. There’s still this wonderful market for them because they just don’t build them like that anymore. Computers are basically the same. There’s some software trickery that computer companies are playing, Apple included, with things called Turbo Boost where they take a slow processor and using some software magic, they try to make it appear faster but it’s not exactly what it’s claimed to be. We offer processors that really are what those processors are, there’s no software trickery involved and also the flexibility to upgrade products is really key. If you buy a product today that offers 4 GB RAM, that’s all it will ever have but if you needed 8 GB for some reason, you need to buy another computer. When you buy a 2012 model, you can upgrade it from 4 GB to 8 GB to 16 GB and so on. You can do it at your leisure and you can put any hard drive that you want in. So there are a few pluses to these pre-owned devices and it’s very much like those classic cars where you’re going back to something that was made very, very well.

EXPERIMAC: What kind of feedback have you gotten from customers?
NEIL: If you look at the reviews for our store, there’s about 130 reviews and 129 of those are 5-star reviews. The approach we’re able take with people, as much of a geek as I am and as much as I like shopping online, there really is nothing like going into a business where the people are smart, intelligent, enthusiastic and love what they do. That’s a really contagious thing for people. When you talk to someone who really loves something, you’re going to get a lot more excited and interested in it than you are when you just click on a link.

EXPERIMAC: How involved are you with the local Sandy Springs community?
NEIL: Yes, certainly, our local Chamber of Commerce and some of the local networking groups as well.

EXPERIMAC: Have you participated in any local events to promote the Experimac brand?
NEIL: Well, through my band, we did a lot of events with the city of Sandy Springs. We’d introduce the band, this is who we are, etc. If, by chance, my store was a sponsor of the event, we’d get a shout out from that. We do what we can to support the local police departments when they do their events and local nights out and that type of thing. We’re invited to those events and I really appreciate what they do. We’ve been broken into twice so how many times would it be if we didn’t have a police department nearby. The work they do is really, really important. We show them a lot of support. We also do a lot of work with schools and right now it’s a big push with ‘Back to School,’ we have a lot of ideas of things we can do with the schools that would benefit them as well as us.

EXPERIMAC: What would you say are the top 3 skills needed to be a successful entrepreneur?
NEIL: In this particular business, the key thing that you need to know more than anything else is marketing. That’s your #1 driver. The second thing I think is patience. People come in and a lot of times when they find us, they’ve been to 2 other stores and have gotten the run-around to find that people don’t want to work on their products because they’re too old. When they get to you, they’re both frustrated and relieved. You need to understand that their frustration is not with you and that they need a little extra kindness and sympathy as you go through the process with them. They need assurance that you’re thrilled to take care of their devices and that you’re really good at it. And, they need to know that they’ll have their computer, phone or whatever it is, back today. The other is two-fold. First, you should expect to work some pretty long hours. And lastly, you should be financially prepared that it really takes a while to get your business started and in a month, you’re not going to be able to never see your store again and assume that everything’s going to be perfect. There’s a great opportunity here. And you’re going to make money but it’s going to take a lot more work than people are generally expecting.

EXPERIMAC: What has been the most surprising thing? Is this what you expected? Has everything gone the way you expected it to?
NEIL: As far as surprising things, I would say that everything I expected was absolutely wrong. I have no clue how to schedule for traffic flow. Every time that I thought we would be amazingly busy, that these would be our peak hours, we are dead. And times when you think, why in the world would anyone be here, that’s when there’s 5 people in the store.

Neil Kent is clearly a hardworking man who is dedicated and passionate about what he does. He really seems to have endured the struggles of opening a business pretty well and is enjoying the work he gets to do with the people of Sandy Springs and the surrounding cities when they visit his store for repairs, upgrades, and purchases of pre-owned Apple products. Putting in the long hours and trying to understand the quirks of any business seem to be par for the course and getting to work close to home in a community where you enjoy working with local schools and supporting the local police department seems to bring Neil the satisfaction he was looking for as a business owner.  Keep Experimac of Sandy Springs, GA in mind for your next computer or device repair, upgrade, trade-in or purchase. We’re confident you’ll have a 5-star review of your own to write after working with Neil and his team.

Migrating Your Data to a New Mac® Computer or Laptop: What You Need to Know

If you’re a Mac computer user and just bought a new MacBook Pro® laptop or another model, you may be wondering how to get all of your data from your old computer to the new one. It seems complicated, and the risk exists that you may lose files by overlooking instructions. Still, it is an essential task to copy all documents, apps, user accounts, and settings over to your new computer or laptop so that you ensure you’ll have full access to your work.

How to Migrate Your Data
Dealing with data migration on your own can be difficult, and this is why companies like Experimac of Sandy Springs have a team of experts on-hand to fulfill your data migration needs. Supplied with the newest hardware on the market, Experimac technicians provide same-day service, migrating data to your new computer so you don’t have to.

Read on if you are a do-it-yourself tech whiz, or a tech whiz in training. You can follow these steps for migrating data, if you’re ready to take the plunge on your own:

  1. Full device inspection – analyze the laptop or computer’s software, settings and power.
  2. Name your device – go into settings and name your computer, using something effective and personalized so you can recognize the device as your own.
  3. Install updates – be sure to check your app store and download any pending app updates, including third-party software updates, too!
  4. Connect devices – do this either by using the Time Machine® backup feature, a normal Ethernet cable or link the computers to the same Ethernet or Wi-Fi Network.
  5. Apple Migration Assistant® feature – use this feature to complete the transfer of your files from the old device to the current computer.
  6. Log in to your new account – check to verify your files have transferred successfully.

Although the Apple Migration Assistant feature was designed to walk Mac owners through migrating their data themselves, consumers who prefer assistance with this should contact Experimac of Sandy Springs to assist with affordable data migration. A thorough, in-store assessment can be done before migrating your data so that we can devise a plan to have your new computer or laptop up and running with full access to your old files in no time.

iTunes Match® service, Apple Music® service, iCloud Music Library® service and Your iPhone® device: Sandy Springs Your Local Apple Experts

One of the best features that Apple® products offer is the ability to sync music, images, documents, notes, and other items across multiple devices.

When it comes to syncing across multiple devices, nothing seems to be more popular than music. Over the years, many people have purchased hundreds of digital music files that they listen to at home, in their car, or while they work out. Apple Inc. allows us to play our music on our computers, phones, iPad® devices, and Apple TV® devices.

Because of this, we only have to purchase a digital music file once and then we can enjoy it across multiple devices, whenever we want. This sounds like what we have all wanted for years! Unfortunately, setting this up is not always intuitive and that can make some individuals feel like they’re not getting their money’s worth.

Our trained technicians at Experimac of Sandy Springs take the time to learn all of Apple Inc.’s new software launches both from a backend perspective as well as from a user’s perspective. We want to make sure that our customers are using tools that are beneficial to their needs and set up in a way that they can maintain and update in the future.

Not all tools are right for everyone. For example, if you don’t want to own physical files on your computer but want to stream music on demand, Apple Music service fits your needs. If you have a lot of CDs that you want to listen to on your iPhone device, then iTunes Match service is the best fit.

Here are some great tools that Apple Inc. offers to make listening to music across multiple devices easy, seamless, and fun for everyone:

  • iTunes Match service – For $24.99/year you can import your old CDs along with the new and previously downloaded files into one location. iTunes Match service allows you to store your music files in the iCloud service. No matter where you purchased a file from, iTunes Match service can store that file in your library, allowing you to listen wherever you are.
  • Apple Music – Free for 3 months and then $9.99/month. For a family plan, it will cost you $15/month. Apple Music service combines everything that users love about Spotify with the features previously loved with iTunes® service. Store all of your purchased files alongside streamable music that you can listen to without having to purchase it. There are benefits to the Apple Music service over Spotify or other streaming services. For example, there are several artists whose music is licensed only to play on the Apple Music service. Plus, no additional download will be needed since the Apple Music service is already alive and well in your iPhone device.

Still not sure what is right for you? We get it! Apple Inc. aims to make our lives easier and more productive but sometimes it can be difficult to know what works best for our individual needs. Contact Experimac of Sandy Springs to learn more about the music services available to you and to see which one is right for your unique needs.

Pre-Owned Mac® Products: Choosing Pre-Owned Apple® Products, What You Need To Know

Choosing Pre-Owned Mac Products, What You Need To Know

Ask any long-term user of Mac products what they love most about their computer and more than likely they will say – reliability. Mac products are not sold in the volume of other computers; they’re more expensive and are sometimes intimidating to PC users. Additionally, gaining access to test out the usability of Mac products can be very limited in some areas specifically here in Sandy Springs.

Buyers who are on a tight budget often find even the most affordable Mac computers unobtainable which can lead them to consider purchasing a pre-owned model. Of course purchasing anything pre-owned comes with risks.

Here are some tips for purchasing a pre-owned Mac product:

What is a pre-owned Mac product?
Pre-owned Mac products can include gently used Mac computers, Macbook® laptops, and iPad® tablets that were traded in for an upgrade or bought out-right for rebuild. Pre-owned Mac products are inspected, repaired, and tested prior to being sold at a lower cost. At Experimac in Sandy Springs, we are proud to offer our customers a 90-day repair or replace guarantee on every product you purchase.

Why purchase pre-owned Mac product?
Mac products are known for their sleek design, reliability, and cutting edge technology – not to mention their easy usability. Unfortunately, brand new Mac computers can cost a hefty penny. Pre-owned machines also offer the high reliability and ease of use like brand new Mac computers but at a much lower price point. Buyers can feel confident that their investment is in a high quality machine that functions just as it would if it came from the Apple store.

How much savings can you expect?
Pricing for each pre-owned product is unique and based on the age and computing capability of that product. While there are no exact savings that we can guarantee for each of our pre-owned Mac products, our pre-owned prices tend to run 40% to 60% of a comparable new product.

What about warranties?
Experimac of Sandy Springs is proud to offer a 90-day repair or replace on every pre-owned Mac product that we sell. We also offer our customers a full 7 days to familiarize themselves with their new product ensuring that they can feel confident that they have purchased a product that meets or exceeds their expectations.

Owning a high quality machine doesn’t have to break the bank. Experimac Sandy Springs has a large inventory of pre-owned Mac products such as iMac® computers, MacBook Pro® laptops, and more that can fit your needs and budget. If you or your family is in need of a computer, consider stopping by your local Experimac store to try out a pre-owned Mac product. Our trained staff can answer any questions you might have about taking the plunge.

Experimac 2016 Trainings!


Thu, Jan 28, 12PM – Mac OSX Basics
Thu, Mar 17, 12PM- Mng Music and Photos
Thu, May 19, 12PM- iOS Basics
Thu, Jul 12, 12PM- Get toKnow Pages…
Thu, Sept 15, 12PM- Mac OS X Basics
Thu, Nov 17, 12PM Get to Know Pages…
Sat, Feb 20, 9AM- iOS Basics
Sat, Apr 23, 9AM- Get To Know Pages…
Sat Jun 18, 9AM- Mac OS X Basics
Sat, Aug 20, 9AM- Mng Music and Photos
Sat, Oct 22, 9AM- iOS Basics
Sat, Dec 10, 9AM Mng Music and Photos


Mac OS X Basics:

  • Identify System Icons
  • Describe the default Apps included with OS X
  • Understand iCloud and Apple ID’s
  • Search for files with Spotlight
  • The SpartaMac Fantastic Five Apps every Mac user should own
  • Tips and Tricks for keeping your Mac running smoothly

iOS Basics:

  • Describe the difference between setting up and new iPhone or iPad and restoring from a back up
  • Identify System Icons
  • Understand iCloud and Apple ID’s
  • Describe each of the main default Apps that come with iOS
  • The SpartaMac Fantastic Five Apps every iPhone/ iPad Owner should have
  • Tips and Tricks for keeping your iPhone or iPad running smoothly

Managing Music and Photos:

  • Describe iCloud Photo Library and Apple Music services on both OS X and iOS operating systems
  • Understand syncing and cloud syncing and the associate Pros and Cons for each method.
  • Set up and configure iCloud Photo Library and Apple Music on both OS X and iOS
  • Manage music and photos using either local or cloud syncing

Get to know Pages, Keynote, and Numbers:
Come take a tour of Apple’s award winning productivity suite – Pages, Keynote, and Numbers – commonly referred to as iWork. In this class you’ll learn how simple it is to create beautiful and effective documents, presentations, and spreadsheets, share them easily with users of Microsoft Office, and keep all of those files seamlessly synced over iCloud.

  • Describe Apple’s productivity suite, iWork
  • Identify the three platforms from which you can access iWork
  • Describe how Apple has designed the user Interfaces for each iWork app to function similarly.
  • Launch all iWork apps from OS X, iOS, or

The iPad Pro and The Great Convergence

The Convergence of iOS

Over the past few years, we’ve all been participating in the convergence of iOS, (the operating system that runs your iPad and iPhone), and MacOS, (the operating system that runs your Mac). You’ve seen this first in apps like iTunes, the Apple iWork suite (Pages, Numbers and Keynote), the iLife suite (GarageBand, iMovie), and most recently with Apple replacing iPhoto on your Mac with the Photos app- the same app you’ve been running on your iPhone and iPad since iOs 8 (Spet 2014) and your Mac since OS 10.10.3 released in April, 2015.

Similar Functionality on Both Platforms

These apps perform similar functionality on both platforms, and begin to blur the lines between MacOS and iOS, or in simplar terms, the Mac and the iPad/ iPhone.  Combine with these apps the added functionality of iCloud Drive, a storage solution that allows you to easily share files, movies, photos, etc between your devices, and it gets harder to decide which Apple product becomes your “go-to” device for the majority of your computing needs. The playing field of Apple devices competing for your attention has just become more exciting with the release of the iPad Pro- the next generation iPad released to overwhelmingly positive reviews by the media across the board.

A Device That is Both a Tablet and a Laptop

The iPad Pro features an A9X processor that outperforms the latest MacBooks (1.1 or 1.2 M-Processor), 4GB RAM, 32 or 128GB Flash storage and a 12.9” Retina display.  Prices begin at $799 and go up to $1079 for a model that includes cellular capabilities.  Optionally, you can add in a keyboard cover (about another $100) and a stylus (also another $100) and for about $1000 you have a device that is both a tablet and a laptop that is certain to delight many users and sure to be a hit.  Compared to a brand new MacBook ($1299)… It certainly is a consideration!

Replacement For a Notebook

Tim Cook, the CEO of Apple has recently been quoted as saying, “The iPad Pro is a replacement for a notebook or a desktop for many, many people. They will start using it and conclude they no longer need to use anything else, other than their phones.”  Does this mean that Apple thinks the age of laptops and desktops are behind us?  No, and that isn’t what Tim said or necessarily meant.  However…. Consider what many people do with their Macs:  Browse the web, email, word processing, light photo editing, light gaming, listen to music, watch YouTube videos.  All common activities- all easily accomplished on a tablet, especially when tied to a physical keyboard.

The point of all this is that the time is coming when it won’t matter what device we pick up- the functionality and interface will be the same whether it’s your laptop, desktop or tablet.

If you’re considering a new iPad Pro, come and see us at Experimac Sandy Springs to sell us your current i-Device. We love ‘em and we’ll make sure to find them their next good home!

Where to Go for an iPhone Repair in Sandy Springs

iPhone Repair in Sandy Springs

The time will come when you find yourself in need of iPhone repair in Sandy Springs. In fact, approximately 25 percent of iPhone users will drop their phone at some time and break the screen. For this reason, every iPhone owner needs to know where to turn when they need their phone fixed. Thankfully, consumers have options when it comes to obtaining needed repairs. They don’t have to head to the Apple store and pay the prices demanded there. What are these options, and what are the benefits and drawbacks of each?

Insurance Option

Some individuals opt to purchase insurance through Apple and make use of their AppleCare policy to fix their screen. The cost of an Sandy Springs iPhone repair is much less when this is the case, yet the insurance tends to be costly at the time of purchase. There are two benefits of going this route. Individuals who have a tendency to be rough on their phones will find they save money over the long run, and taking the phone to an Apple store protects the warranty.

Repair Center

Others opt to find a local repair center that can assist them with the iPhone screen repair in Sandy Springs. This option does tend to be cheaper, but individuals need to be careful and ensure they choose a provider with the experience needed to replace the screen. Very little time is required to fix the phone, and the cost may be cheaper than the Apple store. This does depend on the type of device to be fixed, as screens on newer phones will cost more. Some companies also offer a mail-in service to have the screen replaced. However, using one of these services will void the warranty on the phone.

Do It Yourself

An individual may also attempt to replace the screen on the phone without assistance. Doing so is not an easy task, and a person may find they end up spending more to fix their mistake than they would have just to pay someone to fix the phone. It is an option to consider, however, for those who do know how to make repairs to mobile devices. Doing so voids the warranty on the phone, and this needs to be remembered.

People tend to upgrade their phone regularly, thus the warranty becomes less of an issue. iPhones seem to hold up well over time, and cracked screens are usually the most common issue. For this reason, if you crack an iPhone screen, you may wish to avoid the Apple store. If you break your phone every other week though, it’s best to head to the Apple store and preserve the warranty. Only you can decide which option is right for your needs.

Experimac Sandy Springs Interviewed by Entrepreneur

Experimac Sandy Springs Interviewed by Entrepreneur

Neil Kent of Experimac Sandy Springs was recently interviewed by Entrepreneur.com.

Neil Kent says that nearly every great thing that has happened in his life is somehow related to Apple. So, for him, becoming an Experimac franchisee was a natural fit. Experimac is one of United Franchise Group’s brands, dedicated to repairing, selling and upgrading Apple products. Here’s what Kent has learned as a franchisee.

Name: Neil Kent

Franchise owned:  Experimac in Sandy Springs, Ga.

How long have you owned a franchise? Since April 2015.

Why franchising?  

The support and knowledge base that comes from working with an established franchise group gives me peace of mind that I am not in this alone and I have the resources I need to build a successful business.

What were you doing before you became a franchise owner?

I was an event manager for nearly 30 years. I worked with corporations, non-profits and small businesses either producing events (internally), or consulting to help companies get the most out of participating in events, conferences and trade shows.

Why did you choose this particular franchise?

It was Apple! Nearly everything good that ever happened in my life was somehow related to Apple. There is no better business suited to my love and passion than owning my own Apple store! Had it not been a store that focused on Apple products, I probably would not have purchased a franchise.

How much would you estimate you spent before you were officially open for business?

Around $175,000.

Franchise Fee: $49,500

Schedule A: 78,000

Inventory: $35,000

Legal Fees and Licenses: $2,500

SBA and financing: $7,500.

Miscellaneous office supplies (locks, phone system, security, etc.) $3,000

Where did you get most of your advice/do most of your research?

My regional vice president, Michael White, was extremely helpful. Researching United Franchise Group was primarily done through the web and talking to a few franchisees under the UFG umbrella.

Read the entire article at: Entrepreneur.com.

Entrepreneur - Kent

Apple Products for Sandy Springs Schools

The way students learn has changed dramatically over the past 20 years. The advent of computers and interactive technology have changed the way people react and retain information- 50 minute lectures are no longer effective- information must be interactive in order to be absorbed.

I’ve seen this first hand, both in my professional life as well as in my personal life. As a technology conference manager, we began to recognize this fact in the mid 2000s and adjusted our events to “un-conferences” and hands-on workshops. In some cases, the presentations would be sent to attendees in advance of the actual conference session, and the session itself would be used to discuss and/or implement the concepts of presentation materials.

As a parent, I watched how my own child learned. He despised sitting down to read a book and was bored to tears by teacher lectures, which would cause him to act out in class. But…. Put the lesson on an iPad and suddenly retention, participation, and even DESIRE to do homework rose by leaps and bounds!

Sandy Spring Schools & Apple Products

Apple is incredibly prevalent in schools. Consider these schools in the North Metro Atlanta area:

Holy Innocents Episcopal School

All fifth- through 12th-graders at Holy Innocents’ Episcopal School in Sandy Springs were issued Apple MacBook Airs, and first- through fourth-graders have access to iPad carts. Students use technology to produce their own news shows and online magazine.

Atlanta Girls’ School

Recognized as an Apple Distinguished School, the school provides a laptop for every student. The sixth grade students use iPads and seventh through 12th grade use MacBook Pro laptop computers.

Galloway School

Has a 1:4 computer-to-student ratio and has budgeted more than $200,000 for technology. They are looking to implement a one-to-one program to put MacBooks in the hands of all students grades 5- 1, while all middle school students will have MacBook Airs to work from
 Pace Academy: Teachers have a choice of MacBook Air or MacBook Pro, and new iPads are planned. 25% of computers on campus are renewed each year.

Westminster Schools

Implemented a 1:1 laptop program with MacBook Air laptops in third through 12th grades, and, pre-first through second grade went one-to-one with iPads.

Brandon Hall in Sandy Springs

Also an Apple in Education school where all students are required to have a MacBook for their classes.

Why are Macs so prevalent?

Sustainability, efficiency, reliability and usability are key business factors of course. Now add in the fact that kids are already generally proficient with them, and if not they rapidly become so, it is obvious that Macs are a perfect match for students and education. Apple products are not disposable- they are designed to last.

A MacBook bought for a freshman in high school will still be a viable tool for that student as they work through college, and in many instances can be handed down to a younger sibling beginning their middle or high school career.

Where does Experimac Sandy Springs fit into all this?

In some of the instances above, the laptops/ iPads are part of the school tuition, but in other cases it is up to the parents to provide them. And a brand new MacBook or iPad can be quite an expensive investment for a family to make. Pre-owned is an excellent alternative!

A brand new MacBook begins at $1299, while we can provide a MacBook that will more than suit a student’s needs for less than $500.00. For Desktop computers, Apple’s entry level iMac starts at $1099. We offer slightly older, more powerful iMacs beginning at $499!

And, of course, we are all aware that kids can be rough on their devices. Broken screens on iPhones and iPads are the most common complaint about mobile devices, and laptop computers are treated only slightly better. In many instances, we can provide same day turn around on repairing your Apple device!

Come and visit us today, and let’s get your students new school year off on the right foot!

Experimac Sandy Springs Grand Opening

Expiermac in Sandy Springs, GA will be celebrating it’s Grand Opening on April 22, 2015 between 4:00pm and 700pm EST.

5920 Roswell Rd. Suite B-115
Atlanta, GA 30328 (map)

This event is family friendly and there will be activities for children under the age of 14. Additionally, there will be a video game contest where children will have an opportunity to be showcased on Experimac’s Facebook page to win a prize. There will also be a raffle for a chance to win a prize as well.

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