If you’ve been to the iHospital website before you already know that iHospital has six physical locations where you can bring in your Mac and Apple products in for repair: Atlanta, Georgia, Nashville, Tennessee, New York, New York, Gainesville, Florida and two locations in Tampa, Florida.
We love each and every single one of our iHospital locations equally but every once in a while we like to highlight a particular iHospital location to give it the credit and recognition it and the staff that works there deserves.
You probably guessed by the title that today’s iHospital virtual spotlight is being shone on our Atlanta iHospital location that’s conveniently located at 3655 NE Roswell Rd., Suite 202, Atlanta, GA 30342.
Just like any other iHospital location the knowledgeable and friendly D.i.D. Doctor of iDevices Repair Services Technicians provide clients and their patients the following services: iPhone repair, iPad repair, iPod Touch repair, as well as Mac repair. The latter is what we want to focus on since we believe that we have some of the best certified D.i.D. Doctor of iDevices repair service technicians working for us who know how to repair and recover all types of Macs such as the PowerBook, the iBook, MacBook Pros, the MacBook and even classic Macs like the Mac Mini.
Whether your MacBook Pro won’t turn on after pressing the power button, your MacBook freezes right after your desktop background and icons load, or there’s a crack in the screen of your Mac computer there isn’t a single problem that the D.i.D. Doctors of iDevices at the iHospital in Atlanta don’t have an answer for. As much as we’d like to think that Mac computers and Apple devices in general are impervious to corruption or damage and will work for eternity, problems do indeed arise in Macs. If you have no idea why your MacBook Pro’s disk drive won’t accept DVDs any longer or how to recover and restore data after a failed Time Machine back-up re-boot, just bring your Mac computer in for a check-up at the Atlanta iHospital location and they’ll give your Mac a check-up.
An extra inventive other than to get your Mac computer looked at by a professional is that all iHospital repairs come with a one-year warranty against any manufactures defects.
The next time your iPhone, iPod, iPad or Mac computer isn’t working or you just want to get it checked out to give you some peace of mind then make your way into the Atlanta iHospital location and talk to one of the friendly iHospital D.i.D. Doctor of iDevices on duty. You can even call ahead, even though they don’t require an appointment, to let them know your problem and that you’re making your way over at (404) 953-3500 or e-mail the Atlanta iHospital location at email@example.com.
Hope to see you soon and that you get your Mac computer back on the road of recovery!
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