About Us

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In 1980, the forerunner of the MacCafé, Abacus II, first opened it's doors. While the Macintosh did not exist at the time, Abacus II was authorized as an Apple Reseller. By the time of the Macintosh introduction in 1984, Abacus II was the leading reseller of Apple products in N.W. Ohio.

Over the next two decades, Abacus II opened, closed and moved several retail locations and business-to-business sales offices in Ohio finally settling at the Sylvania building that housed all divisions. Over that time period, the company had become authorized to sell and service a wide spectrum of major brands in addition to Apple. The focus had also changed to small to medium businesses as the core customer.

Early in the new century, it became apparent that to best service the Mac community, we would have to create a separate business unit specializing in Apple products. In 2002 the new MacCafé began operation as an Apple Specialist. Our beginnings were humble, with only a one person sales staff and 600 sq. ft of retail storefront. Since then, we have grown in staff, space and most significantly, with the addition of the service department.

In October 2017, we moved to our present location at 7860 Central Avenue. With this move, we are able to focus on a better customer experience for our customers and a more spacious service area.


MacCafé Specials 

Used Mac Pro (2013)
3.5 GHz 6-core, 16 RAM, 256 Flash/SSD
$2515
 
Used Xserve  (2009)
2.26 Quad-core, 9 GB RAM, 2 x 1TB drives, Raid option, rackmount
$275


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12/27/2017: Did you know that Apple Pay updates your credit card details automatically?

File this as reason number 17 why Apple Pay is better than plastic. Let’s say your credit card expires and your bank sends you a new card with a revised expiration date. Or perhaps your bank replaces your card with one that has a new number. Either way, most credit card issuers automatically update the credit card expiration date and number in Apple Pay so you don’t have to make those changes yourself. (If your bank doesn’t do this, you’ll have to remove the old card and add the new one.) However, if you move or change your billing address, you’ll need to update that info yourself: in iOS, go to Settings > Wallet & Apple Pay; in macOS on a MacBook Pro with Touch ID, go to System Preferences > Wallet & Apple Pay.

 

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