Client Profile: iLove Computers

Client Profile: iLove Computers 

Dave Gray is the director of local Mooloolaba business iLove Computers. With a team of 9 staff, iLove Computers is the Sunshine Coast’s dedicated Apple Authorised Reseller and Authorised Service Provider. They provide sales and service for Apple Mac users, both consumers and small business. Dave took 5 with our team to tell us a bit more…

Tell us a bit about your business, and the services you offer?

In-store you will find almost everything Mac! Whether you’re after a new Apple MacBook, MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, iMac, Mac Mini, Mac Pro, iPod or iPad we’re here to ensure you get the best machine for your needs. We also look after software and accessory needs with the best third party offerings for the Mac.

We realise there is a lot to consider when purchasing a computer, and rather than just send customers out the door with the latest special, we love putting together a package that suits their specific computing needs. Each customer’s needs are unique to their situation and it’s our job to give them all the information they need to make an informed purchase.

When did you start iLove Computers?

We opened our doors in November 2009, as there were no Apple service providers in the area at the time. Since then we have served over 10,000 customers.

What are your business goals?

To provide the best service and sales support for Apple products on the Sunshine Coast!


Favourite holiday destination?

Holidays? What are holidays?

Favourite local restaurant?

Ric’s Café – always fresh, tasty food and friendly service. Fantastic breakfasts!

Favourite musician or artist?

The Artist Formerly Known as Prince

Leave us with some words of inspiration. What is your favourite quote?

And now these three remain: faith, hope and love. But the greatest of these is love.

More About iLove Computers


Phone Number: 07 5444 7507

Address: Shop 18, 130-164 Brisbane Rd, Mooloolaba QLD 4557

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