F.A.Q.

Sales

Are you an Apple Store?

No, Apple Stores are owned and operated by Apple, Inc. MacCafé is an independent, locally owned Apple partner.

What's an Apple Specialist?

An Apple Specialist is an independent dealer that sells Apple computers exclusively (or almost exclusively) and meets higher requirements for, among other things, employee training and service excellence.

Do you sell Apple iPhones?

No. iPhones are sold directly from Apple Stores, Apple's website or phone retailers, like AT&T or Verizon.

Do you offer any kind of financing?

Yes, we do offer a 6 month financing plan through Synchrony (upon application approval.) Call our sales team for more information.


Service

Do you fix computers?

Yes! We are an Authorized Apple Service Provider and have been servicing Apple computers for over 30 years.

What is a Premium Service Provider?

The title is given upon reaching the highest level of certification and appreciation from Apple and our customers. Apple seeks to ensure that all Service Providers are able to deliver exceptional customer service to the highest standards in the industry.

What's up with your backwards parking lot?

When the building owner striped the lot, city traffic engineering required that it be done that way. They didn't want cars exiting too close to the traffic light south of our building.


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


AudioEngine Powered Speakers
   HD6 Black - $525 --- save $224
   A5+ BLK/WHT - $350 --- save $49
   A2+ BLK/WHT - $199 --- save $50

Focal XS 2.1 Near Field Speaker System

now $349 --- save $250

iPhone cases up to 50% off

 Check out our Sales page for more deals!

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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