Where to buy Apple Macs, iPads, iPhones
and iPods in Ireland & the UK:



We offer recommendations on where to buy your Apple Mac, iPad, iPhone, Apple TV and iPod products in Ireland.

Apple Store for UK and Ireland
For the most complete range of hardware and software products, the online Apple Store for Ireland and the Apple Store for the UK is a good route. Shipping is free for most orders, and you can order online or over the phone.


Compu b store Dublin
Apart from Apple themselves, Compu b is one of the most helpful Mac retailers in Ireland. In our experience their staff are knowledgeable and friendly. Their first new Dublin store opened in April 2010, and is on Grafton Street beside the Molly Malone statue. A second Dublin store in Swords opened on Dec 4th 2010. They now have branches in Limerick, Cork, Galway and Swords.
Web: www.compub.com
Tel: 1850 66 8888

Dublin:
111 Grafton Street
Dublin 2
01 5079101

Pavilions Shopping Centre,
Swords
01 5250631

Dundrum Town Centre
Unit 12,
Level 1,
Dundrum Town Centre,
Dublin 16
01 5079111

Blanchardstown Shopping Centre,
Ballycoolin,
Navan Rd.,
Dublin 15.
01 524 1001

Limerick:
121 O'Connell Street
Limerick
061 440022

Galway:
48 William Street
Galway
091 394000

Cork:
17 Opera Lane
Patrick Street
Cork
021 6011301


iconnect
iConnect are an Apple Premium Reseller and have three stores in the Dublin/Kildare region. They have a large store on Henry Street in Dublin city centre.
Their phone number is: 1850 221984 : Website link

Liffey Valley Shopping Centre
Fonthill Road
Clondalkin
Dublin 22

Whitewater Shopping Centre
Main Street
Newbridge
Co. Kildare

36 Henry Street
Dublin 1


Mactivate logo
Mactivate are on of the Dublin-based Apple Authorised provider. They currently offer free pickup for laptops in the Dublin area and are a good choice for problems with Macs and iOS devices.
Phone: 01 822 4488
E-mail: info@mactivate.ie
Web: www.mactivate.ie
Address: Unit 13, Northwest Centre, Northwest Business Park, Blanchardstown, Dublin 15.


HNIE-logo
Harvey Norman sell Mac and iOS equipment and generally have a good range of accessories in stock. Their knowledge of Apple products would be somewhere between the sellers above and PC Word below…
Web: www.harveynorman.ie


PC World Ireland and UK
PC World also sells Apple products in its stores and have Apple sections in some of their stores. Not a true “Apple Retail Store”, and limited software and accessories available. Just don’t ask a PC World employee any questions!

Harvey Norman sell Apple equipment, but like PC World, they do not have a good knowledge of Apple services. You may be able to pick up a laptop at a good price, but expect to answer your own questions on how to use an configure.