1. Apple To Stop Technical Support For OS X Mountain Lion
Apple's Mountain Lion (version 10.8) also known as OS X 10.8, is likely to stop technical support for the OS X Mountain Lion. It is well-known that Apple supports versions like "n", "n-1" and "n-2". According to the latest reports, last year, Apple offered the final normal security update to OS X 10.7, Mountain Lion's predecessor, aka Lion on September17. In the previous year, Apple introduced the last security update for the OS X 10.6 version, better named as Snow Leopard, on 12, 2013 September. There's no assurance that Apple will stop giving technical support to Mountain Lion. If you are looking for Apple help from technical team for availing more inside information about technical support of OS X Mountain Lion, then you can call to technical certified experts with a toll free phone support number. Read more at http://applehelpsupport.blogspot.com/2016/03/800-961-1963-apple-to-stop-technical.html
2. Apple Malware Removal Support For Mac OS X v10.6
Malware is an abbreviated word used for malicious software. Malware consist viruses, Trojan horses, worms and other types of threats that can damage the software on your system or violate your privacy. Malware (anti-virus) easily gets installed on a user’s computer when they download applications or content from the text messaging, Internet, via email or websites. Mac Defender helps a customer in accessing malware in your data files. If you are looking for complete Apple support and help, then you should take tech assistance from a certified technical support provider. The most common names for this malware are Mac Protector, Mac Defender, and Mac Security. Read more at http://applesupport2.livejournal.com/6344.html
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