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Lapin Systems is now a registered affiliate of Mac Of All Trades

Looking to purchase gentlyused or refurbished Macintosh computers or accessories? Lapin Systems is a registered affiliate of Mac of All Trades, the pricing leader for buying and selling used Apple/Macintosh computer hardware on the internet. Sign Up and Get $10 Off Your First Order!

October 10th, 2018|Apple, Lapin, New Products|

Mojave Upgrade Promo!

Mojave (macOS 10.14) is here, and as with all operating system upgrades wed like the transition to be as smooth and painless as possible for all of our customers. From now until December 31, 2018, Lapin is pleased to offer our Mojave upgrade bundle for all supported units as we have with previous releases in [...]

October 4th, 2018|Apple, Lapin, New Products, service, software, upgrades|

LapinCare Active Support – A new way to think about preventative maintenance.

This week we are proud to launch LapinCare Active Support, a new service from Lapin Systems offering proactive, remote detection and identification of common Mac issues. Our goal is to help minimize downtime, maximize productivity, and prevent data loss for all of our customers, both home and business. Support BEFORE you need it. Peace of [...]

November 7th, 2016|Apple, New Products, service|

Customer portal now live at lapin.com

Recently Lapin transitioned to a newer, more robust ticket-tracking and CRM platform. This new system allows us to more effectively manage the large quantity of bench repair jobs and onsite visits we process on a daily basis. In addition to making things easier for us internally, the new system includes a web element meant to [...]

April 29th, 2016|Lapin, New Products, service|

Upgrading to Mac OS X 10.11 (El Capitan)? Here are some things to think about first.

No company gets people excited for a new product like Apple. Whether it's a new iPhone, iPad, an entirely new product line like the Apple Watch, or something as routine as the next upgrade the Mac OS X, Apple's hype machine goes into high gear and has people chomping at the bit to jump in [...]

November 6th, 2015|Apple, Lapin, New Products, service, software, tips, Uncategorized, upgrades|

Free up space on your HD or SSD by deleting old iPhone and iPad backups

Nowadays people are storing more and more data on their iOS devices. Considering the new iPhones and iPads come with high resolution cameras and the ability to record extremely high framerate video, the BACKUPS of these devices on your computer (when you sync with iTunes) can take up a lot of space. When combined with [...]

November 20th, 2014|Apple, Lapin, service, tips|

AppleTV & iTunes streaming issues? Try changing your DNS server settings.

After renting movies on my AppleTV for the past few years, I had become used to the movie starting within minutes, even seconds of my completing the rental process. This is how it should be. However, for the past few weeks, renting movies had become an exercise in futility. I would complete the rental, and [...]

January 8th, 2014|Uncategorized|

Important firmware fix and replacement program available for some 2012 and 2013 MacBook Air models

Apple recently disclosed an issue that affects certain 64GB and 128GB SSD Flash storage drives in MacBook Air models sold between June 2012 and June 2013. An earlier firmware update downloaded from Software Update can cause issues with the drive, possibly rendering it unreadable. Full information is available in the link at the bottom, but [...]

October 31st, 2013|Uncategorized|

Lapin again named an Apple Premium Service Provider effective for all of 2013!

According to Apple, the Premium Service Provider (PSP) designation means that a company "has demonstrated its commitment to premium service and technical excellence." Recently, Apple changed its performance measurement period for designating PSPs from 6-months to 12 months. As of this morning, Lapin is proud to announce that we have again been named an Apple [...]

February 21st, 2013|Uncategorized|

Upgrade to an SSD to increase speed and reliability

Traditional platter-based hard drives have been around since the dawn of the modern computer. The technology has been made smaller, but the concept is the same: a read/write head floats mere microns above a fragile ceramic platter, reading and writing data magnetically from microscopic hills and valleys on the surface. All the while, the platters [...]

February 13th, 2013|Apple, service|