Are you an loyal Apple fan? Well, here’s some good news for you, especially if you’re planning to buy a new Mac or you’re already a proud owner of one.
There’s no need to pay for anything if you want data transferred to your new Mac. The data migration fee has finally been dropped.
After speaking with an Apple Store Operations Specialist, TidBITS reported that the company has dropped the data migration fee charged when users move their content from an old computer to a new Mac.
That’s really good news because Apple’s data migration fee was quite high. You would really have had to factor that in if, in case, you wanted to upgrade your old Mac to a new one.
Previously, when you went to the Apple Store to upgrade your computer to a new one or had some repairs done, you’d have to pay a whopping $99 to migrate the data to your new device or new hard drive. As first reported by TidBITS on Tuesday, Apple quietly discontinued charging this particular fee.
So, if you’re seriously considering replacing your old Mac, go right ahead. Now is the perfect time for it.
An Apple Store Operations Specialist told the tech news site that “Beginning April 2, there will be no cost of Data Migrations with the purchase of a new Mac or Data Transfers with a repair.”
For tech savvy folks, data transfer from one Mac to another can easily be done.
Nevertheless, if you’re confident in your tech savviness, you could do so yourself at home; Apple offers a set of instructions explaining how to move content from an old computer — even if it’s a PC — to your new Mac. If you got into the habit of uploading your files to iCloud, there’s no transfer even necessary when you change computers.
For folks, who have no technical knowledge or patience to deal with data transfer, they can always just go to an Apple store to get it done for free.
In any case, if you’d rather a professional handle the work, you can now go to the Apple Store to have it done for free.
Data transfer is not the only issue that you have to deal with when you buy a new Mac. There are a lot of other issues that you could be confronted with. After all, anything can happen to your new Mac.
You wouldn’t have much of a problem if issues arise within the first year of your purchase. Your new Mac would still be under warranty.
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