Mac NZ
This site, mac-nz, is an independent selection of Apple Mac and iOS/iDevice news and reviews for New Zealand, covering Apple Mac and iDevice (iPad, iPhone, iPod touch) hardware and software and accessories to make it easy to find the most up-to-date news and information on Apple products and software.

Training & Apple Help
Mark trains groups or one-to-one on a range of Apple topics, for new-to-Mac, switchers from Windows or those who want to move up a level or two in their Apple Mac and device use. He specialise in ‘demystification’: making everything make sense. In 2013, he assisted in the training of over 1200 ASB employees in their transition to iPhone and iPad.

“Thanks so much for taking the Apple course. You seem to me to be a total genius! So much knowledge, so much patience and incredible generosity. I really appreciate it!” Linda McDermott, 2014

Also see the Mac NZ Help pages, accessible from the links at the top of this page, if you’d like to take care of a few things yourself. (Help is a good page to bookmark, or print it out and keep it somewhere safe.)

Mark Webster
Mac NZ is run by Hip Enterprises Ltd. Hip Enterprises’ director Mark Webster is a writer and speaker on Apple-centric tech topics and history. Mark was author of the Apple Watch blog on the NZ Herald online (2009-2014) and before that editor of NZ Macguide Magazine (2002-2007); he’s also a writer of NZ history and Co-Director of CreativeTech Ltd Publishing.

Mark releases the free, monthly, MagBytes newsletter to a private subscriber list which anyone can join. MagBytes covers Apple news and information and combines all the Five-Tip Friday tips for the preceding month from the Mac NZ site.

Compulsive, obsessive, you know it – I write stuff that doesn’t fit into my existing blogs and magazines, so I put that on my own personal page. Please feel free to read it

Contact Mark

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Apple Mac, iPhone & iPad news for New Zealanders

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