Apple’s MacBooks, iMacs, and iMac Pros are great for a number of reasons. They are packed with great hardware that make them capable machines. They also come with macOS, which offers smooth user experience and plenty of macOS apps for your every need. Even better, Macs are generally beautifully-made and well-designed, which is why they are so appealing to many.
As reliable as Macs can be, they are not problem-free. Things can still go wrong with your iMacs and MacBooks, and when they do, fixing the problems can be both easy and challenging. To help you deal with some of the most common problems with Apple Macs, we are going to take a closer look at them and discuss how you can solve the problem in this article.
It Won’t Boot
One of the most common problems with Macs is the computer not being able to boot into macOS properly. There are a lot of things that may cause startup issues on a Mac, including missing or broken drivers, corrupt drives, and even hardware failure.
Ah, I get a little nostalgic for my long dead first iMac when I see how these (now ancient) iMac G3 carcasses have been gutted and re-purposed as pendant lighting for a travel agency called G Adventures. Clever!
Oh man, what a blow. Steve Jobs has passed away today, October 5, 2011, due to an as yet unspecified causes (read: Cancer), though he was known to be in poor health (Jobs struggled with pancreatic cancer for over a decade and underwent a liver transplant in 2009). He was 56 years old — way too young to go. Steve can at least rest in peace knowing he created the best personal computer in the universe. The Worley Gig was created on an iMac and the Mac is the only brand of computer I will ever own. Apple Mac Forever! You can read the LA Times Obit on Steve Jobs at This Link.
Do you enjoy shopping at the Apple Store? I sure do. There’s a big, shiny Apple Store just across town from me, on the corner of 9th Avenue and 14th Street (the bus goes right there). If you are in the area, sometimes it is fun to just “pop in” and browse the cool Apple products while listening to endless loops of The Beatles’ music. I just heard about a cool new toy that I would certainly buy if I had children; the Apple Store playset by Playmobil. Here are some of this cutting-edge playset’s fantastic features:
Amazing PLAYMOBIL™ set introduces children to the magic of Apple technology
Interactive play teaches important social interaction skills
Includes everything pictured: entire store with figures and over 60 accessories
Store comes fully staffed with PLAYMOBIL™ Apple Store associates
Ground floor of Apple store features product demo tables, software shelves and kids corner
Top floor includes Genius Bar and Keynote Theater with mini Steve Jobs figure
Use your own real iPhone 4 as the screen behind Steve Jobs in the Keynote Theater (downloadable simulated keynote presentation available on the PLAYMOBIL™ website)
Purchase the optional Line Pack and stage your own Apple Device launch party!
Entire store measures 72 cm long x 36 cm deep x 40 cm high