While you’re focused on home improvement projects don’t forget about your Computer!
We are offering
our Spring cleaning services until the end of May.
Spring Cleaning Services Include:
Run Apple® hardware diagnostics
Evaluate computer resources – RAM and HD/SSD space
Update system software
Check and verify if your Time Machine backup is up-to-date
More than a showroom, our state-of-the art retail and service facility has been a leader in everything Apple® for over 26 years. At the center is our one-to-one attention to our customers’ long-term needs.
We provide retail sales of new Apple Products and accessories, authorized service and repairs, support contracts and on and off-site consultation.
Skip the mall, drop in or make an appointment — we’re here for you!
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Been wanting to get a new Mac, iPad, iPod or just the perfect case for your iPhone? TBI Computer’s knowledgeable staff can help you with all of your Apple product needs.
Increase your security, performance, detect problems, and have off-site backups!
Just $99 for 3 years of accidental damage coverage on your laptop and desktop computers!
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COVID-19 Info from TBI Computer
We hope you are all staying healthy.
Here are some of the changes to our schedule due to COVID-19:
— Until further notice —
We will be opened by appointment only between 10:00 am and 5:00 pm.
We will not be accepting iPhone repairs.