Apple launches One to One and Personal Shopping

Scott McNulty
S. McNulty|05.03.07

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Apple launches One to One and Personal Shopping
Mat posted about the rumor that Apple ProCare was going to be split into a few different offerings, and it has come to pass. ProCare is still available, but now you have the option of getting a year of training for $99 (separately), or having a personal shopper help you out at an Apple Store.

One to One costs $99 for a year, and that 99 bucks gets you one on one time with an Apple Pro who is there to help you. Work on a project, get some pointers in iWork, whatever you need help with (Mac and iPod related, of course).

Personal Shopping is free, though you have to register ahead of time (up to 14 days in advance). You get the undivided attention of a Mac specialist who will walk you through the various products at the Apple store to find just the thing you're looking for.

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