12 Days Event

Stay up to date with the MacExperience 12 Days Event.  You can come here to the MacExperience blog to find out what's going on, you can sign up for our email newsletter where we will be sending out emails every few days, or you can sign up for our text message Remin"deers", where we send you a text, reminding you of what deals are going on and give you the chance to win some prizes.  Prizes will only be awarded to those on the text message Remin"deers" list. A run down of how to say in tune with us during the 12 Days Event

  1. Blog: We'll be posting what deals are going on and tell you more about the products and how they function.
  2. Email: We will be sending out an email every few days to let you know when the next sale starts and give you some gift ideas. If you're not on the email, scroll to the bottom of this page and sign up.
  3. Text Message Remin"deers": Sign up for remind"deers" by texting ME12Days to 313131 and we'll keep you up to date with reminders and the chance to win some prizes.
  4. Facebook and Twitter:  Much like the text messages, we'll be posting images of the sales and some gift ideas. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter.

Once something goes on sale, it will remain on sale through Christmas Eve.

We're Hiring...Again


The MacExperience team is expanding!

MacExperience employees bring value to the way they connect people with us. So whether you’re analytical or creative, tech savvy or a people person, MacExperience provides an opportunity to challenge yourself. We are hiring a full-time specialist for both our Bloomington and Castleton locations.

Sales Opportunities

Looking for a sales job that combines your people skills with your enthusiasm about Apple technology? MacExperience is a retail store focused on delivering amazing customer experiences. And we’re looking for individuals to connect consumers and businesses to our amazing products.


Transform MacExperience visitors into loyal MacExperience customers. As a Specialist, you help create the energy and excitement around Apple products, providing solutions, and getting products into customers’ hands. Always curious, you stay on top of news about products and initiatives, ready to apply your expertise in customer interactions.

Be at the heart of customer service. As a MacExperience specialist, you introduce people to the exciting world of Apple, turning curiosity into intense interest. You thrive on interactions with customers as well as with team members. And you get satisfaction from helping people develop lifelong relationships with MacExperience every day.

Love to solve problems and share your knowledge? At MacExperience, great products come with great customer support. Trustworthy troubleshooting and skilled instruction are just part of the equation — we want our customers to be happy with every interaction they have here. Use your problem-solving and people skills to ensure swift resolutions to problems of every kind. You will provide insightful advice and friendly, hands-on support to customers in need. You also educate others about products, while independently keeping your own know-how up to date.

Become a key player, engage customers, and deliver measurable results. Create excitement around products, launches, programs, and initiatives — all while upholding the high standards we set for communication and confidentiality.

If this is you or someone you know, upload your resume on our CAREERS page.


I Love my Leader

Love is a pretty strong word to use about your leader.  We use the word pretty flippantly any more though. We’re quick to use “love” when are talking about a movie, a book, pizza, a car, a cup of coffee, a beer, or our new smartphone.  But we are slower to say “love” about a person.  I guess that is because we don’t know if the other person loves us back.  We know the frosty mug of beer or a movie is not going to love us back, so who cares if we say we love them? So do I love my Leader.  Some of my leaders I genuinely do love.  I love parents, I love my Pastor and the Elders of my church. Those are some of the easier leaders to confess my love for.  But what about my government leaders, police, teachers, or boss.  I’m happy that I live in the USA and I would defend America to the end.  I’m thankful for police that they are here to serve and protect me.  But for the most part, my government leaders and policemen are at a distance.  It’s hard to love them because I don’t feel loved back.  I know that they are concerned for me, but that is about as far as it goes.

Teachers are in closer contact to me.  They see me regularly, so I interact with them, sometimes on a personal level.  But we rarely discuss personal things.  I don’t know what is going on with their lives nor them about me.

Then there is my boss. This guy knows my kids' names and I know his.  He is genuinely invested in my life.  Yes, he asks me to work, and work hard for the company, for him.  But it’s easy for me to do, not because of the paycheck (although I’m thankful for that as well), but because I want him to succeed.  I’ve been fortunate to have a lot of great bosses in the past.  Don't get me wrong, I’ve had a few jerks as well.  But the attention and concern my boss gives to me and to all that are around him, makes me want to give back.  I see how he wants our customers to succeed without being selfish about his own company growth, and that speaks loud to me as a man, not just an employee.

Do I love my leaders?  Not all of them, but the owner of MacExperience, Joel Read… Let’s just say he knows how I feel.

Apple Releases OS X 10.9.4 with WiFi Fixes, Safari 7.0.5

Following the release of iOS 7.1.2, Apple also pushed OS X 10.9.4 to Software Update, bringing WiFi-related fixes and Safari 7.0.5 to Mavericks users. The new version includes a fix for a bug that prevented Macs from automaticallty reconnecting to known WiFi networks and improves the reliability of wake from sleep. An issue that caused "the background or Apple logo to appear incorrectly on startup" has been fixed, and an updated version of Safari (7.0.5) is bundled with the update as well.

OS X 10.9.4 is available now from Software Update through the Mac App Store. You can find the direct download links below.

You Never Know Who Will Visit

Yesterday, a customer comes into our downtown location, asking for a charging cable for their iPhone.  After telling them that we had some available, they said that they needed a quick charge just to get through the next hour.  Happily, I accommodated their request and plugged their iPhone into the nearest charger.  

While we were waiting for their iPhone to charge, we chatted about how they were very disappointed with their new computer that was running Windows 8.  They said that they've really been running their business from their iPhone.  They expressed that they would rather use something like an iPad tablet but didn’t know how to store extra files.


I made a mistake and went about solutions in the wrong order,  I should have asked more questions like, “What type of business are you in?” and “How big and what kind of files are you wanting to store?” Instead, I jumped to talking about this really cool new hard drive we have called the Lacie Fuel (follow link to learn more about the  Lacie Fuel).


This is where the story begins to get good. They tell me “Oh, I really like the name Fuel." Curiously ask why.  They asked, “Do you follow Indy racing?” I replied “I’m sorry, I don’t.”  Now before I tell you who this person is that graced our store, let me tell you the solution we found that could work for them.


After some discussion about what their needs are and what they do for a living, we discovered they needed to be able to send documents like PDFs to potential clients and be able to pull up presentations for speaking engagements.  Therefore, I introduced them to Pages and Keynote, and how they can utilize iCloud and their phone to “store” the documents that they wanted.  Pages and Keynote are provided for free to anyone that has purchased a new Apple computer or iOS device after September 1, 2013. iCloud gives you 5GB of storage at no charge and the cloud space can be increased for additional fees. The customer was very happy to learn about such great tools they can start using today.


So who was it? Former Indy race car driver Lyn St. James. Here are some of the accomplishments she has in her Indy Racing Career:


•1992 Indianapolis 500 Rookie of The Year (first woman to win)

•7 Indianapolis 500 starts in 9 years, including 6 consecutive starts (1992 - 1997)

•Highest qualifying: 6th in 1994 Indy 500; highest finish – 11th in 1992

•Set world record on closed-course for women reaching 225.722 mph during the 1995 Indy 500 qualification weekend

•Oldest driver in the field (53) at the 2000 Indy 500

•Raced in 15 Indy races including CART Championship and Indy Racing League. Scored 2 Top-10 qualifying spots; 1 Top-10 Finish

Special Financing Available


18 Months Special Financing Available

Affording a new Mac or iPad is even easier with MacExperinece Financing from GE. If you qualify for financing, you’ll receive up to 18 months no interest on your purchase of $999 or more if paid in full within 18 months.*

No interest will be charged to your account from the purchase date if paid in full within the promotional period. Enjoy a new Mac or iPad now and pay for it over 18 months!

Please note that minimum monthly payments are required, and you may or may not pay off the purchase before the end of the promo period. For full GE Capital Retail Bank Credit Card Terms and Conditions, click here.

How does it get better?

Once you have your MacExperience credit card, you’ll be able to enjoy up to 18 months special financing on all future purchases of $999 or more. You will even be able to take advantage of whatever our other finance offers are at the time of that purchase.

How do you apply?

Just click the link on this page. Fill out the application to see if you’re approved and for what amount. Print out your approval screen, and bring it with you** to your local MacExperience to make your qualifying purchase!

Or simply come by the store, and one our helpful Specialists will assist you with the application.

Trade In

Turn that iPhone, iPad, or computer — Mac or PC — you’re not using anymore into something brand new. Learn more here.

*Subject to credit approval. Minimum monthly payments required. See Specialist for details. **Approval can take as little as 5 minutes but can take longer. Failure to bring printed approval screen may result in delays in processing your purchase. Please see store for details.

The Heartbleed Bug

You've probably heard about the Heartbleed Bug on the news, from a friend or on a social site.  MacExperience is here to shed a little light on the subject in simple terms.

What is the Heartbleed Bug?

The Heartbleed Bug is a vulnerability in something called OpenSSL, a very common tool used to protect and encrypt your data as it travels through the internet.  With Open SSL, your data is encrypted, or scrambled if you will, for protection, and then deciphered  once it arrives.  These include your passwords and usernames as well as other potentially sensitive information.  The bug would allow someone to decipher and clearly read that data.

Is there a problem with my Apple products?

Nope.  This has nothing to do with any hardware that you own.  This bug affects what is between your computer and the other person’s computer.  While the data is in Cyberland, someone could grab the data and read it.

Can I fix it?

The Heartbleed Bug is a problem with certain websites that needs to be fixed on their end.  Our recommendation (and by “recommendation", we mean you really need to) would be to change your password on all websites, as well as your email passwords (a good thing to do periodically, anyway).

What sites have been affected?

Any sites that you use that require a password can be checked at LastPass.  This site will inform you if a site has been affected, and if it is now safe.  If the site you have checked has been affected but now safe, change your password for that site.

What about my credit cards and banking?

According to Mashable, none of the major finance and banking websites are known to be affected.  We do recommend you monitor your bank accounts for strange activity and watch for communications from your favorite websites advising you on the situation and any actions you need to take in regards to your banking information.


Erase and Restore

More than likely you're looking at this because someone from MacExperience directed you here. You have an iOS issue that needs to be corrected and we don't want to bring that "issue" back to your phone.  Please follow these instructions so that we can get everything back without the "issue".

The Steps

1. Turn on iCloud on your iOS device Settings > iCloud Be sure to have the items you want to come back are turned on.

2. Connect your iOS device to a computer running the most recent version of iTunes. iTunes should automatically launch, if not, launch iTunes now.

3. Select your iOS device in iTunes.

4. Click Summary and select Backup Up Now.

5. Once the backup is finished select Restore iPhone 

6. Your computer will then download new software for your iOS device. After the download is complete, your computer will erase everything from the phone, including the iOS, then install the freshly downloaded iOS to your your device.  Your device will then reboot.


8. It is now safe to disconnect your iOS device.

9. Now follow the steps on your iOS device. It will prompt you for language, wifi, iCloud and find my iPhone.  What ever you turned on in iCloud from step #1 should come back because you have entered your iCloud information.

10. That's it, you're done.  You now have a fresh iOS on your device.  Hopefully this addresses the issue that you were having with your phone.


A little history lesson

Did you know that iOS (that is the name of the mobile operating system on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod) is young.  It was first introduced in 2007 with the first iPhone.  When this blog was published, iOS was almost 7 years old. Compare that to a computer OS (operating system), Mac OS was released in January 1984, Windows in November of 1985.  So it's young and still has some growing up to do.  We have placed a lot of trust in our relatively young phones that tend to have more software issues than a computer. Please make sure you backup your iOS device regularly to the iCloud or to iTunes.

New Years Resolution 2014

IMG_4096 It’s that time of year again, when we start to put together our new years resolutions.  We think about all of the things we want to do.  Lose weight, make more money, read 30 books, get a new car, or eat healthy.  Most of our resolutions are good ideas that give us a

better life.  But most of us will fail at seeing our resolutions through completion.  The same is true for businesses that want to make more money, have new connections, or expand their store front only to fail.


Why do we fail so miserably at keeping our new years resolutions?  I think that it may have to do with our lack of vision, and lining up with what we need, not what we want. Instead of just listing off resolutions of things we want, we should answer some questions that will help us define what we need. And recognize that our resolutions should be about transformation.


Where do you see yourself in 6 months?

What do you want to do every day?

Who do you want to work with?

How do you want to make money?

How much money do you want to make?

How do you want to connect with customers/others?

Does my family know what I dream to become?

Does our team know the vision of the boss?

What causes me stress?

Where do we lose money?

What is one thing that does not cost money that brings me joy?

Who is my best friend? Do they know it?

What is my biggest fear?

Who makes the decisions?


What is your life/company all about? Are you sleepwalking through life or pressing forward with purpose and joy? You don’t have to have a new years resolution but you should recognize who you are as a person, a business, a father, a brother, a son, a partner, a provider, or a boss.  From there you can better yourself or business with purposeful, powerful steps.


As a business we want to help you succeed at your resolutions.  If you need to be more healthy, we want to lead you to apps that help.  If you fear that you will lose all of your photos in your iPhone, iPad or MacBook, we want to teach you how to secure them with Dolly Drive and Time Machine.  If you want to communicate with your team in a streamlined fashion, we want to partner with you to help you succeed.  If you’re stressed out from all the business chaos,  we’re here to bring you the best solutions.


Take the new year by the horns and conquer your goals, conquer yourself.

Goodbye Steve

I had the privilege of joining the MacExperience in its infancy, just before Christmas of 2001. I was the retail guy for the first year and a half of the company’s existence. I met many people who have continued to use our company over the years to buy their Macs, to have them worked on when needed, to get advice on how to best use them, both at home and in business. At one point, I left the company for several years to work with teenagers in a church, but never lost contact with the company or people at MacExperience. Joel Read is a long time good friend; we cannot get rid of each another. I rejoined the company over four years ago with the task of helping improve our business support relationships and to find new opportunities for our really smart team, connecting them to those that needed their expertise. I’ve come to know a lot of our business customers over the past four and a half years and would call many of you friends.

However, there has always been a calling that I’ve felt drawn to. A couple of years back, I began to fulfill that calling by serving kids and their families again on a volunteer basis. Several months ago, my wife and I began discussions regarding plans to make that my full time gig once again. Most of my life has been spent in ministry with teens, and I cannot seem to shake the beckoning to serve them. So I have accepted the call. Beginning January 1st, I will be in youth ministry and community service/global mission work.

I know that most of our business partners are connected with several of our business team members, so my leaving does not mean starting over with new connections at MacExperience. As a matter of fact, all of our B2B team has been with the company 7+ years, so you’ve likely had interactions with several of us. Joel has been assuming a larger role with our business team, passing along the retail store responsibility to others, so you are getting the big guns to take my place.

It has been my pleasure to work with so many of you and to see how you use Macs in your business. There is so much creativity and good work happening around our city, in Central Indiana and beyond. There are so very many in our community served by businesses and we, MacExperience, feel lucky to be able to help. People have jobs. The arts are alive. Research is making huge strides. The health networks are healing people. Business is alive and serving well. The tech industry is doing astounding things. Thank you so much for allowing me to see that through you. I’ll keep my eyes open for all of you in my new role. And, hey… If any of you want to take trip to serve underprivileged people in Honduras or elsewhere, come find me. I’ll be happy to put you to work.


Steve Sweeney - The Head Shot. Happy December CITRT friends! I wanted to send a little note to follow up on this year’s national round table. It’s been six weeks since many of us were together in Kansas City. I’m sure the ‘Let Me Google that for You’ solution has been employed too many times (and you wish you could have used it too many more)! Some of you I’ve met in passing at an event, some I’ve had brief contact with, some have become good friends.

I was able to bring my friend and the owner of the MacExperience with me this year & was happy to introduce a lot of you to him. I say my friend because we were connected long before the MacExperience was even an idea. We met at the church we both attended. I later became the youth minister at the church and Joel ended up as one of my key volunteers and advisors. His kids all passed through the ministry. When I left that position, he asked me to re-join his company (I had worked there at for a short time when he launched the MacExperience). He gave me freedom to see how we could serve the church community & has paid for my involvement in the CITRT over these past 4.5 years.

Because we are friends and he knows me, he’s known from the start there would be a strong chance I’d land back where I belong...in church ministry. Alas, that time has come. I have accepted the invitation from what has been my church home the past 3 years.

My last day with the MacExperience is December 31. At that point Joel will be the lead contact for CITRT. I do hope to continue my involvement and working to connect others to the group. I really do like you all.

I would like to offer a parting thought or two: First, I’d like you to start supporting or continue to support my friend in business. I know there is a lot of effort spent to find deals and to be careful with church dollars. Most of my life has been spent in ministry, so I get it. But don't just get your “free” support from CITRT supporting companies, buy from them, so they can stick around and stay in business. I’m also pretty sure MacMall doesn’t tithe! A quick accounting reminds me that Joel has invested at least $7500 into CITRT sponsorship and giveaways the past four years. Each time I’ve asked him about the level of sponsorship and involvement, he’s been the one to push to the higher amount. I could spend a couple of paragraphs telling some of the ways that Joel cares for the church, but not today. I can tell you in my ministries (new one included) buying from CITRT partners is my practice.

My second thought is that most of you have been blessed in your church with resources that many do not have. Please share. I know a lot of you do already, but continue. End of life equipment for you donated to a smaller organization is a big deal. Your mentoring or donating your knowledge and expertise, that could be huge too.

Thank you guys, for your support, your business and most importantly your prayers as I begin to serve in a different capacity.

Keeping Kingdom Minded, Steve

Steve Sweeney - As we know him

Swiping Back

Those little arrow button are so small and out of place in Safari aren't they?  In iOS 7 they are still there, but there is a gesture to do the same thing. Swipe from the left to go back to the previous screen

The universal back gesture allows you to swipe back in Safari, Mail, Settings and any other supported app.  You'll be saving your thumb from that long stretch.  Simply swipe from the left side of the screen and you'll be taken to the previous screen.


A Guide to Guided Access

If you're the parent of a toddler who just loves to get his grubby little paws on your iPad, Guided Access can become one of your best friends. Let's find out why. Let's pretend your family is on a roadtrip, and your toddler needs some entertainment on that long trip. He just loves to watch his favorite movie. You've purchased several movies from iTunes and have loaded them on your iPad for him to enjoy. But toddlers love to press buttons to see what they do.

How can you keep him from getting access to everything, all you really need is for him to enjoy the movie.  Enter Guided Access! Tweak  a few settings, and you can set up your iPad so that the only thing he can do is watch his favorite movie!

To activate Guided Access, navigate to: Settings > General > Accessibility > Guided Access

Find in Settings > General > Accessibility > Guided Access



Flip the switch to 'On' and then tap on Set Passcode. This will be a secret, 4-digit code that you'll use to disable Guided Access when it's in use. Pick something you can remember, but don't let your toddler see.

Now that it is set up, it's time to put it to use. Here's what to do: get a video started, then triple-click on the home button. This activates Guided Access for the application.  (note: you can use this on any application, and draw "circles" around which part of the screen you don't want them to touch)

Guided Access activated with available settings

From here, there are a couple of settings that are available to choose... the hardware buttons are set to Always OFF. You can turn off Touch and leave Motion ON. Turning off Touch disables the entire touch screen, which prevents your little guy from ending his video to early.

Another option is to turn Touch on, and then select areas of the screen that you'd like to be disabled. Leaving Motion turned on still allows for the screen to orient itself based on how the iPad is being held. Once you're happy with the settings you've chosen, tap on Start in the upper right corner.

To exit out of Guided Access, triple-click the home button, and then tap in your secret 4-digit passcode. You'll be taken back to the Guided Access settings screen, where you can tap on the End button in the upper left corner, or you can tap on Resume in the upper right corner.

Triple Click home button and put secret code in to disable.

Now you can safely hand your iPad over to your child, and he's off and running, without being able to access anything else on the iPad.

Notification Center iOS 7

Notification Center in iOS 7 is more than just alerts — each day it will let you know what's going on in your life and the world. But how much or how little is displayed is entirely up to you. Just head over to the Notification Center settings to toggle what you want to see. 1_16

The Notification Center doesn't just look different in iOS 7, it's better organized, too. New tabs automatically sort your alerts into what's happening today and what you missed, or you can check out everything at once like before. Clearing things by tapping on a little "X".



We're Moving!

Better Service, Better Locations, Better ExperienceSince launching the MacExperience in 2001, we have made our home in several places. From Roberts to South Franklin and From Castleton to Bloomington. Overtime the company has grown in staff and in customer base. We have done our best to be in places that make since for you. Over the past two years, we’ve moved into two malls hoping that would make it easier for you to find us. The result was crammed working spaces, difficult parking for everyone, and difficulty finding us. We are keen on hosting you, our valued customer, in the friendliest of environments; and so, over the past few months we have been in search of a new home.

Today, it is with great pleasure that we write to inform you that the search is over. On labor day weekend, we will be moving our Greenwood and Hamilton Town Center locations, to more spacious and comfortable surroundings located Downtown Indy and Castleton, and anyone familiar with these locations, will know the buildings have great access and excellent parking.

The Greenwood location is merging with our Downtown Indy store at 1702 W Michigan Street (just west of IUPUI). While our Hamilton Town Center location is moving to 6609 E 82nd Street (Across the street from Sparkling Image and behind CarX)

With this intended move, we ask that you make a note that effective Sept 3rd, we will be operating from our new locations. Bear in mind though, that our office numbers will remain the same.

Should you have any questions on the relocation, be sure to contact us so we can answer them. In the meantime, we look forward to seeing and serving you at the greatly improved office surroundings.



Getting “Instagram” Effects From Your iPhone

Why do Instagrammers get to have all the fun with filters? The great appeal of Instagram, besides the sharing feature, is that ordinary pics can be transformed into interesting vintage photographs with one of the many ready-to-use filters.

As it turns out, Instagrammers don’t get to have all the fun. Now, you can get cool filter effects to use with video. YES!

The iPhone comes with easy video trimming capabilities built-in, and there are apps like iMovie that let you add music, layer audio and add text with ease. But one of the joys of filter apps is that the hard work is done for you already. You just have to select the filter you want and, voilà!, you have something funny, artistic or more intriguing.

Here are a couple of the better video-filter apps that will give you an Instagram feel:


CinemaFX for Video ($1.99) allows you to give your vids everything from a magenta hue to a 1920s dusty news reel aesthetic with a tap of the finger. Simple interface allows for quick loading and saving to your Camera Roll.

Cincam (Credits) adds the ability to throw bold text onto your video in addition to the frames and filters. You can share your videos easily as well. While the app is free, the lens and filters cost credits, but it is worth checking out.

iSuper8 ($1.99) is a really cool vintage filter. It’s not as intuitive as some of the other apps, but the capabilities are there. This is a fun and really cool app.

Get the enjoyment out of your videos that Instagram gives with your photos. Don’t waste your iPhone’s capabilities with boring video!

Mountain Lion is out.



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OS X Mountain Lion is our best OS yet. Because all these new features add up to one amazing experience on your Mac. And every device you use.


Part Time Openings! Apply Now!

Apply now. We have part time openings for retail Sales Specialist to join the MacExperience sales team.

The MacExperience is a locally owned and operated computer company focused on selling and servicing Apple computers and related software and accessories.  We are looking for part time personnel. As a Specialist, you’re the essence of a customer’s experience at the MacExperience stores.  You earn trust by recommending solutions that do more than meet people’s needs. Must be good with people, eager to make customers a priority, prompt, a team player, able to follow directions and must be teachable. Compensation will be based on experience.

Most positions will be Part Time.

Extensive working knowledge of OS X, iLife, iWork, and iOS a must.

Please email your experience with the previously mentioned hardware and software along with your work history and/or resume below.  If you've never used a Mac computer extensively, and/or are not familiar with the previously mentioned software, please do not apply.

Associated skills include:

  • - Good communication skills.
  • - Customer service orientation.
  • - High energy level.

Duties will include:

  • - Greet customers, find out the customer’s needs
  • - Recommend, select and help locate the right merchandise.
  • - Describe a product’s features and benefits.
  • - Demonstrate use and operation of the product.
  • - Receive and process cash, check and charge/credit payments.
  • - Provide change and receipts.
  • - Stay current with Apple and related products.
  • - Keep merchandise area tidy.
  • - Answer customer queries regarding the store and the merchandise
  • - Provide information about warranties, manufacturing specifications, care and maintenance of merchandise and delivery options
  • - Receive and process cash, check and charge/credit payments
  • - Count money, sort charge slips and balance monies
  • - Place special orders
  • - Arrange and display merchandise



  • - Desire to make customers happy!
  • - Desire to work in a FUN environment!
  • - Ability to work evenings & weekends

As an employer of choice, MacExperience values a rich assortment of people that want to work in a pleasant and energized setting.

MacExperience appreciates your interest and consideration of our company. We regret that we will not be able to respond to every resume submission. Only those candidates who best meet our needs shall be contacted. Again, thank you for your consideration.

  • - Please, no phone calls about this job



MacExperience is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Mall Store Open and Black Friday Deals

Happy Holiday Season! Exciting things have been happening here at The MacExperience. We're incredibly pleased that our Greenwood Park Mall location has finally opened, thanks to a final approval needed yesterday from the fire marshal. We were all quite happy that this long process is finally over! We are looking forward to getting to work and continuing to provide great service and products to Greenwood and the surrounding area. We even have a picture of our first customers! Thanks for stopping by, and spread the word to your friends!                                      

In other MacExerience news, you may have noticed that we sent word out of our Black Friday promotions.  In case you missed it, here's the run down.If you purchase an Apple computer PLUS AppleCare on the same invoice, you have your choice of receiving a FREE Apple TV OR a FREE upgrade to 8GB of RAM.* This promotion will run from Friday, November 25-Sunday, November 27. Please note that our 1702 W Michigan Street location is not open on Friday, November 25, and Greenwood Park Mall is our only location open on Sunday, November 27.

That is not all the Black Friday offers we have, though. At Greenwood Park Mall location ONLY, we will be having a give away for the first 1,000 customers who sign up for receiving our monthly newsletter. Every 25th person who registers, up to the 1,000th person, will receive a FREE prize. All you have to do is sign up. Prizes include iPods, bags, cases, speakers, headphones, and more. One lucky person will receive a MacBook Air 11"! Because we have partnered with Ovation to open this store, they are also providing give aways.** This promotion starts at 4 am Friday, November 25, and will continue until Sunday, November 27 (or until we reach our 1,000th customer).




*Offer excludes MacBook Air and Mac Pro. The MacExperience reserves the right to modify, substitute, or cancel this promotion at any time. Terms and conditions apply. See store for details. The MacExperience is not responsible for any errors or omissions.

**The MacExperience and Ovation reserve the right to modify, substitute, or cancel this promotion at any time. Terms and conditions apply. See store for details. No trade-ins allowed. The MacExperience and Ovation are not responsible for any error or omissions. Must be 13 years or older with a valid email address to register.