While most everybody who has converted to Apple computers agrees that Apples are the most superior computer on the market, there are still those who have yet to give Apple a try. The reasons for this are varied, but most commonly it is because there are those people who continue to have an irrational fear of the unknown. In other words, even though these people stand to benefit from even giving Apple a try, they stick with their PCs because it is what they are comfortable with. This is really too bad because these people miss out on a host of benefits. MacBooks are light years ahead of the competition when it comes to netbooks, and Mac Minis and Mac Pros are light years ahead of the competition when it comes to desktop computers.
To ensure that everybody has an opportunity to try these computers, Apple offers a service by the name of One to One to assist individuals that may have worries about trying out a new Apple for their first time. In essence, One-to-One provides consumers of Apple products with an intensive training session on their new machine. Whether it is a MacBook or a Mac Pro, One to One can be a valuable service that will quickly integrate an individual into the world of Mac.
The first thing people want to know when they hear about One to One is whether it is worth their money. This really depends on how computer-savvy the individual is and how much they may already know about Apple computers. The following is what people can expect from the One to One service:
- One to One gives consumers access to individualized personal training. Those who purchase One to One can schedule personal sessions with an Apple specialist on any number of topics.
- Consumers have access to their personal One to One Web page that is filled with useful and instructive information.
- One to One consumers have access to the personal setup service, which is extremely useful to people who require data transfer. New Apple owners simply drop off their old computer, even if it is a PC, and a One to One representative will transfer all of the files to the new Mac.
- One to One is highly flexible and representatives are very willing to work with consumers. Members of One to One who require intensive assistance can schedule training sessions for up to three hours so that they can accomplish a personal project.
The bottom line is that One to One should really eliminate any reason for people to fear trying out an Apple computer. When coupled with the already intuitive nature of Apple computers, One to One makes buying a MacBook or Mac Pro the obvious answer. One to One is only available for purchase at the time of initially purchasing a new computer, however, so individuals need to seize the opportunity when they can if they want access to this program. Once enrolled, individuals can receive One to One services at Apple Stores around the country.