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Apple Store in Chestnut Hill, MA


By harry c.

A good store with good prices. Whatever you need for your mac they got it and all you need to do is ask. Everybody at that store is very nice and will help you.

Apple Store in Frisco, CO


By ashley r.

I would have given a 5 on service-my genius bar employee was fabulous; my issue came with when i came to pick my computer up, which knocks off a star. I went in because the battery on my MacBook Pro died and I needed to get it replaced. I am always skeptical of the Apple Store because I know how expensive their products are to repair and to purchase new. Thankfully, my battery was just around $130 and lucky for me, they had one in stock and were able to change my battery in just half an hour. My genius bar employee made no comments as to my cracked screen or how dirty/dusty my MacBook was (it was pretty gross-I should take better care of my things). He also put repairing my screen in to perspective; explaining what is involved with doing this at the Apple Store vs. using another service. He was kind enough not to insist that I use the Apple Store or that I needed to get it repaired immediately, which put me at ease knowing that he cared more about getting my computer back to me in a useable condition as efficiently as possible. He could have pulled one over on me and made it seem extremely urgent and I probably would have reluctantly, though naively gone through with it. I really do appreciate that-it saved my budget and a lot of time on my part. When I returned half an hour later to pick up my laptop, it was ready. I gave my name to another employee who was tasked with locating items for pick up. I decided that I would browse the iPhone covers while he looked for my laptop thinking that he'd come find me to ring me up. Instead, he ended up going right back to where he was standing after retrieving my laptop and semi yelled at me because he couldn't find me. Though I said that I was looking for a new cover for my phone, he proceeded to ring me up then and there, pushing my time in the store to a close. I'm not going to stand around holding my laptop in a crowded Apple Store, trying to look at phone covers, so I was out of there. So aside from that one employee, and the crowds (which honestly that says good things about the store to me...they have their store set up for interaction, it shouldn't be a sore point), I was extremely pleased and satisfied with my treatment and attention at the Apple Store. Another plus: my laptop was returned to me clean and dusted: I appreciated that as well and am working on keeping it that way.

Apple Store in Littleton, CO


By Julie E.

Most frustrating day I've had the displeasure of experiencing in quite awhile. One of the employees - Whitney - went OUT OF HER WAY to make life difficult for me, just because she could. I left and came back a little bit later to just get another employee to help me. No - she saw me, singled me out again! Left - waited 8 hours until I thought she'd be gone - hoping they don't work like nurses or docs in a hospital and have to pull 12 hours shifts. So at 8 pm, I go back, nice guy jason I think helped me, passed me to Jeff who was super cool and I was out of the store with my product in 15 minutes. I don't recommend though - stick with Amazon or Verizon stores - save your time. Gave 1 star in respect for the good product.

Apple Store in New York, NY


By Cynthia G.

This store is incredible in so many ways. The location, people, products, and even their exchange policy are all fantastic. Leave it to apple to not only make unbelievable products for you to try out here, but to also have a store designed so contemporary like this. I give this place and itâ??s products an A+ for everything! First of all, if youâ??re a tourist or somebody who has never been to an Apple store, then itâ??s time to try it out. Youâ??ll see all the latest products and get to play around with them too. This particular store is open and spacious, and the few times Iâ??ve gone it hasnâ??t been that crowded. Secondly, once you purchased an item and by chance you are having a problem with it, do not hesitate to bring it in. You would be surprised by the customer service you receive here. I had to see it for myself when my husband returned his iPhone because he was having serious problems with it. After I saw a painless exchange of phones I knew I needed an iPhone for myself and knew exactly where to get it from. The staff was incredibly pleasant and responsive to our needs. Truthfully, I love to go in this store whether or not I purchase something from it every time. I feel like I learn more about the apple products I already have just from visiting here time to time. Everyone here is educated in apple products and is a tremendous help.

Apple Store in Seattle, WA


By inma z.

I've purchased 3 machines and 2 ipods from this store since it opened, and the service has been going steadily downhill. Some of the clerks are ok, but some are extremely cocky, and the atmosphere honestly mostly feels like they want to tell you what you want, have you agree, purchase it, and get out of the way. Snobbery and arrogance about computers, and the consistent "trust us, it just works" mentality being taken as the gospel. Last time I purchased a machine there (macbook), I came home to install a ram upgrade and saw a white past on the memory I'd never seen before. So, the next morning, I dropped by the store to inquire as to what it was. The salesperson had the worst sales attitude I've seen in a while. He acted like I was interrupting him (when the store was empty), and was clearly not happy with having to go to the back room (SO far away...) and ask a "genius" about it. He came back and told me it was thermal compound, and completely normal. Fine I think, but I made the mistake of asking how I can verify this (I don't just automatically trust "tech" answers, in my line of work... I need to KNOW that something is what they tell me). He literally EXCLAIMED "I just did... I asked the head genius," as if I were calling him a lier. So, I explained that I manage machines for a living and had not seen this before, and wanted more information about it. He then (literally) jerked around, threw his head sideways and stomped off like my 3-year-old. He came back with a printout of a webpage, and a url where I could find information about it, and then wouldn't respond when I explained to him that I was merely trying to prevent any problems with a brand new machine, and also learn more about this (as it turns out) new thing Apple is doing with their laptop memory. Dead silence... like being silently judged. This, after spending seventeen-hundred dollars?! It would have been so easy to simply respond to the question, and tell me to have a nice day with a smile. I wasn't rude to him, and if the computer HAD been defective when new, I wanted to know... I'M the customer, after all. It was like going to a Comp USA or something. I prefer the Mac Store on 45th. I've bought two machines from them, and they are extremely helpful and courteous. I'll NEVER go back to this store. PS - turns out to have NOT been thermal compound, but a lubricant to help the memory go in the slots better the first time. Cocky, AND wrong...

Apple Store in Mclean, NE


By Amy Lyn M.

Where can I start singing the praises of Apple Computer. I absolutely love my little ibook. It is sleek and easy to operate. It has all the power of a good desktop Mac and is super easy to add components. You might find a cheaper computer made for that other type of operating environment, but you get what you pay for. For $1,200 my money votes Mac.