Mac611 Puts The Fun Back in Tech Support, Right From Your iPhone

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Dave Merten from MacOSG informs me that he has created a new web app for iPhone that provides instant access to support guides right from your iPhone. It's called Mac611 (shouldn't that be 911?). Check it out for yourself, or better still... break your Mac and try to fix it using this service. I'm going to the tool shed now to get my sledgehammer.

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Dave Merten says:

The idea behind using '611' rather than '911,' is '611' is the number in the US that you call from your telephone/cellphone when you have a problem, and need 'help' or 'repair.' It normally connects you to your phone carrier's 'custoner service' or 'repair' department. Plus, the Mac911 domain was already registered.

zach says:

awesome thx dave!! The 611 is clever.

Uri says:

i feel really stupid doing this.. but why would i need this?