Here at PC Workshop we see plenty of slow iMacs and MacBooks with the continuous spinning wheel due to software becoming corrupt or perhaps an imminent hard drive failure. This happens for a variety reasons such as programmes not installing properly, key files being accidentally deleted or overwritten or lately an update can corrupt the software.
We can rectify this quite quickly often turning the job around within 24 hours.
We also overcome other other Mac issues such as.
• System being slow
• Programmes being non-responsive (spinning wheel)
• Wont boot up (displays a no entry sign)
• Error messages coming up Kernel Panic
• Damaged Screens
• Faulty USB and Firewire Ports
• Damaged Charging Port
• Corrupt Hard Drives (shows a documents folder)
• Damaged DVD Drive
• Memory Upgrades