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So how many of you actually work for Apple? Dont Say anything that will get you fired(dont describe your day like Xebby...).

I actually dont work on OSX but im IOS teir 1 support(call in about your iphone and you speak to me)

I just want to see how big the apple employee base is on here.

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Do Apple Authorized Service Providers count?? If so, pick me.
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Do Apple Authorized Service Providers count?? If so, pick me.
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Sure why not
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I also know another AASP is Xylene. He is around here sometimes.
 

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Awesome. I made a little list of who does what.
 

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I just did a rough calculation as to how many machines I have fixed in the past year:

Our average is around 300 a month (apple machines, not PCs)
do this by 12 months... that comes out to 3600 machines +/- a few hundred. Either way... wow... O-o

So lets do a little bit a of math, (just because):

Lets say out of those 300 a month, I get 150 that are unibody MBPs and I gotta get into them. Each MBP has 10 screws. Each screw takes 2.5 full turns to unscrew (approx). That is about 45000 +/- a few hundred (or thousand) turns on the my screw drivers. Not bad
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I just did a rough calculation as to how many machines I have fixed in the past year:

Our average is around 300 a month (apple machines, not PCs)
do this by 12 months... that comes out to 3600 machines +/- a few hundred. Either way... wow... O-o

So lets do a little bit a of math, (just because):

Lets say out of those 300 a month, I get 150 that are unibody MBPs and I gotta get into them. Each MBP has 10 screws. Each screw takes 2.5 full turns to unscrew (approx). That is about 45000 +/- a few hundred (or thousand) turns on the my screw drivers. Not bad
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Damn... Thats alotta turns...

All I do at work is Answer the phone, greet and then solve the problem, then hang up, all in 15 minutes...
 
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