Austin MacWorks provides Austin Apple users a haven
from the hassles of other providers by addressing Apple customers’ needs
in a friendlier environment, offering expertise that puts clients’ actual needs first.

Who We Are

Austin MacWorks is an Apple Authorized Reseller and Apple Authorized Service provider. In addition to a full line of Apple computers and iPads, we sell printers, scanners, accessories, peripherals and more.  Our prices are the same as Apple’s, with an emphasis on building trusted relationships with all of our customers.

If you’re wondering if there’s an “Apple store near me” there is! With two convenient locations, we serve all of Austin, including West Lake Hills, Northwest Hills, Circle C, Tarrytown, Enfield, Lakeway, Downtown and more.

North Austin Location

5770 N. Mo-Pac Expwy, Suite 200
Austin, Texas 78731
512-323-6666
Mon.-Fri.: 10 A.M. to 5 P.M.
Sat.: 10:30 A.M. to 4 P.M.

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Downtown Austin Location

450 W. 2nd St.
Austin Texas 78701
512-476-7000
Mon.-Fri.: 10 A.M. to 6 P.M.
Sat.: 10 A.M. to 4 P.M.

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Apple recently released a list of what Apple Music deems to be the "100 Best Albums." These are the top 5:

1. The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill (1998), Lauryn Hill
2. Thriller (1982), Michael Jackson
3. Abbey Road (1969), The Beatles
4. Purple Rain (1984), Prince & The Revolution
5. Blonde (2016), Frank Ocean

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"I came in to Austin MacWorks to fix my iPhone. Keagan was amazing! Excellent customer service, very friendly, and just a very honest guy. I normally go to the Apple Store, but will definitely be coming here in the future because of him." —Tushar Patel ...

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A new feature in Pages, Keynote, and Numbers lets you select bits of text that aren’t next to each other so that you can, for example, format them or copy them all at once. Check out our blog to learn more! ...

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Create a PDF from the Print dialog in macOS:

- Open a document, image, or webpage you wish to convert into a PDF.
- In the File menu, select `Print,` or press Command + P.
- In the lower-left corner of the Print dialog, you`ll see a dropdown button labeled `PDF.` From the dropdown menu, select `Save as PDF.`
- A new window will appear, prompting you to name your PDF file and choose where to save it on your Mac.
- Click `Save.` Your file is now converted to a PDF and saved in the location you selected.
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If you ever regret making a change too long ago to revert using Undo, try the versioning capabilities in many macOS apps that let you view, copy data from, and revert to previous versions of a document. Learn more in our blog. ...

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Send your high school grad off to college with a MacBook Pro that will set them on the path to success. We offer free, personalized assistance choosing the right computer for your graduate. ...

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How to remove duplicate fonts in macOS Sonoma:
1. Open Font Book.
2. Click on All Fonts in the left panel.
3. Go to the File menu.
4. Select Resolve Duplicates.
5. Choose either Resolve. Automatically, which will automatically move duplicates to the trash, or Resolve Manually, which allows you to review and remove duplicates one by one.
6. If you are removing duplicates manually, select the "Inactive" version of each font to remove and press Resolve This Duplicate.
7. If you start resolving fonts manually and then decide you want to switch to removing them. automatically, select Resolve All Duplicates.

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In 2024, we celebrate our 15th year serving the Austin area. With two convenient locations, Austin MacWorks is convenient for Apple lovers all over Central Texas. Stop in today for no-appointment, friendly service.
#atx #westlake #lakeway #northwesthills #downtownaustin
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