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About Us

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Desktop, iMac, MacBook Pro and Laptop Repairs in Poole and Bournemouth, Graphics Faults, Video Chip Repairs, MagSafe ports, keyboards, TrackPad faults all issues we are experts at repairing for you.

AnyTech Solutions, specialises in Windows and Apple repairs as a result we are able to rescue your devices from more faults than the competition. We fix devices from iPhones to Laptops, Desktops, Gaming PC’s and many more. All computer problems, data recovery, crashed hard disk, overheating, currupt graphics, charging port issues, socket damage.

We have over 25 years experience in the computing industry and established for 15 Years, making our service impeccable and professional. Our customer service is the best in class proven by our Dorset Business Award for Customer Service Excellence. Your device will be in the best care.

Our current Checkatrade rating can be viewed below.

https://www.checkatrade.com/anytechsolutions/

Business & Personal IT Support Services

Whether you’re a small to medium sized business or an individual we can provide a tailored
and individual solution to your computing and IT needs.

At AnyTech Solutions we have a reputation that we maintain by placing the needs of our customers first. We will provide you with the right advice based on your individual circumstances. Call us now on 01202 460279 to find out how we can help you.

iPad, iPhone and Mac Repairs

We provide Mac, iPad, Laptop, Tablet, Mobile and PC repairs in Poole, Bournemouth and surrounding areas. We have over 23 years’ experience in the computing industry, making our service impeccable and professional. Our current Checkatrade rating is 9.9 out of a maximum 10 score.

We have realised the great potential for customer satisfaction that remote Apple support holds and so offer this feature to any customer with a functioning internet connection. It is our aim to provide our customers the greatest service possible, and our excellent feedback proves this.

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