At VGH Computer Services, all iMac and MacBook repairs are completed by fully Certified and Authorized Apple® Service Technicians.
Our technicians work on computers both in and out of warranty and can troubleshoot virtually any problem with your Apple® computer. Examples of some of the repairs we do both in and out of warranty are:
If your Apple® computer isn’t functioning as fast as it should be, maybe it’s time for an upgrade.
We offer Upgrades for your computer such as:
We can also install bootcamp or parallels in order to provide support for windows-only applications on your Apple® Computer. These are just a few of the upgrade options that are available for your Apple® computer.
We are a fully certified Apple Authorized Premium Service Provider and can perform service on iPhones® both in and out of warranty coverage. We can complete most repairs here in store, though certain repairs must be mailed to Apple for service which we can facilitate.
Common issues we address include but are not limited to:
As the only Apple Authorized Service provider on the Palouse we are here to provide all of your AppleCare and AppleCare+ warranty repairs. Have a busy schedule? We have you covered! We offer a great time saving alternative, allowing you to schedule an appointment! Our team of fully trained and Apple Certified Technicians are ready to troubleshoot and recommend the best solution for you.
Have an Apple device that’s out of warranty? We have you covered – whether your Apple device has a bad display, a failing battery, bad hard drive, main logic board, keyboard or trackpad VGH Computer Services has you covered. Do you have any physical or component damage, or liquid spill that is not covered by warranty? We have you covered! Our Apple Certified Technicians have the experience, knowledge and training to troubleshoot and recommend the best solution for you, saving you time and money.
You can use Time Machine, the built-in backup feature of your Mac, to automatically back up all of your files, including apps, music, photos, email, documents, and system files.
If you back up your iOS Device, you’ll have a copy of all your information ready to go back onto your device in case its ever replaced, lost, or damaged.
Before any service can be performed on any iOS device, this is required be deactivated.