Experts in Select Pre-owned Apple
Here at eXpressMac we are the eXperts in pre-owned Mac computers. Our Certified Pre-Owned range offers great value for money and peace of mind. We operate predominantly as an online store with offices based in Cape Town. Our small, but highly dedicated team is committed to offering a quality range of lightly used, specially selected Apple MacBook and iMac computers, each meticulously inspected, graded and certified.
We are able to accept trade-ins and offer nationwide insured delivery.
All our devices are covered under our special warranty (T’s & C’s) for your peace of mind.
Save big when you purchase any of our Select Pre-Owned Apple computers. We are sure to have a great pre-owned Mac to suit your needs and budget. When you buy any of our Select Pre-owned devices, you can rest assured that you are getting great value for money and a tested lightly used item that has passed our very strict quality control process.
Tired of dealing with possible scammers on social media and other classified sites?
Take the risk out of selling online by selling your used MacBook or iMac to us.
Our buy and collect service makes it safe and convenient for you to sell you older Apple computer.
Sell us your unwanted Apple computer. Contact us to get an estimate of what we may offer you for your device.
We collect within the Cape Town area.
Residing elsewhere? No problem! Contact us to make arrangements.
Trade in your older MacBook or iMac for a newer model. What’s more, you can trade in as many items as you wish for each transaction.
Is your business upgrading? Don’t want the hassle of dealing with possible scammers? Sell you device/s with confidence. We collect in Cape Town and surrounds including the Winelands.
Ken Segall was an employee at an L.A. ad agency handling Apple’s account who came up with the name “iMac” and pitched it to Steve Jobs. After Jobs’ death, Segall claimed Jobs preferred “MacMan” for the name of the computer, but after Segall pitched “iMac” to him twice, the name was accepted. Segall says that the “i” stands for “Internet”,but also represents the product as a personal and revolutionary device (‘i’ for “individuality” and “innovation”).
Wikipedia – source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IMac