If you have just bought a Mac at Apple Store, you may be eager to know skills of using it, One to One is designed to help you get the most out of your Mac. Whether you are just starting up or have been using Mac for years, it is a good way to get start up, get trained and get going.
One to One Helps You Learn About Apple Products Overview
One to One is a membership program that costs $99 for a full year and is available only at the time when you buy your new Mac at Apple Retail Store or the Apple Online Store.
It is designed to help you get the most out of your new Mac. When joining this program, you will be hosted by one of Mac trainers. They will help transfer all your files from your old computer, teach you all the basics in face to face training sessions and guide you through more advanced projects as your skills grow. You’ll get all the guidance, insight and creative inspiration you need.
Personal set up is the quickest and the most convenient way to get your new Mac up and running. Just drop off your old computer, Mac or PC, and easily transfer your files, install any new Apple software you’ve purchased and put them all at the right place with One to One, so your new Mac can be set up the way you like it.
One to One features different ways to learn. If you preferred to work face to face, personal training session is perfect. Its uninterrupted hour long meeting with the trainer covers a wide variety of topics. Exclusive One to One workshops are the unique opportunity for you to work with the trainer on special & interesting topics with a small group of members. It’s great to meet people who share your interests and let their ideas inspire you.
You can learn from anywhere on your own schedule through One to One personalized page, access hundreds of tutorials, schedule & manage your appointment, and explore projects created by other members.
If you have purchased One to One, you can sign in at onetoone.apple.com.
Apple is an American multinational corporation that designs, develops, and sells consumer electronics, computer software and personal computers. Its best-known hardware products are the Mac line of computers, the iPod music player, the iPhone smartphone, and the iPad tablet computer.