Mac computers by Apple rarely have issues. More often than not, most Mac support questions come from first-time Mac users who are trying to find apps and software on their new Mac because Apple uses very different icons to designate commonly-used software programs. However, should your Mac suffer a "Mac attack," you can get Mac support in all of the following ways.
Call Apple Directly
Who better to ask for Mac support than the company that made your computer in the first place? This company is well-known for its customer service and technical support. They can talk you through issues with your computer, tablet or phone. If the problem is not resolved, they continue to work on it on their end, working out your glitches remotely. If the problems are not resolved the first time after you call them, they continue to work on it with you, both on and off the phone. If it is clear that your computer, tablet or phone is/are suffering some major glitches, they send you a replacement and you send them the problematic device. If your device is still under warranty (one-year), then the company replaces it for free.
The "Geek Squad"
A certain electronics store hires computer specialists who can fix computers, repair glitches and recommend software to keep your Mac running smoothly. Their "geek squad" will even drive out to your residence or business to provide support and repair services. Be sure to tell them that it is your Mac that you are having trouble with, since many of their special technical support members can handle a Windows computer but only a few are trained and knowledgeable in Macs.
Privately-Owned Computer Support Services
With all of those people out there who own computers and mobile computer devices, privately-owned computer support services have been springing up everywhere. Look around your area for these businesses. They typically offer back-up services, computer hard drive cleaning and support services and the occasional tutorial to help you figure out why you cannot get your Mac to do what you want it to do. Prices vary widely, from under a hundred dollars, to several hundred dollars, depending on the type of support or services you need. In some cases, these privately-owned computer support services like Computer Help, Inc are the only places available to you for miles around. They do not typically drive out to your residence, but they may come to your business.