An Apple a day keeps Wooten happy at Visual Dynamics


Jay Wooten owns Visual Dynamics, a store that specializes in Apple products and repairs.

VIERA VOICE Sylvia Montes

The Apples Jay Wooten sells might not keep the doctor away, but they keep folks happily engaged with all the bells and whistles of technology.

Wooten, who owns Visual Dynamics, is all about Apples, not Granny Smith types, but rather of the iPad variety. The store, with locations at 694 E. Eau Gallie Blvd. in Indian Harbour Beach and at The Avenue in Viera, is a veritable orchard of Apple products.

“We offer sales, service and support on all Apple products, except for the iPhones, which we do not carry, but we repair,” said Wooten, who launched his company in 1988 after being smitten by the Apple 2.

Visual Dynamics has earned Apple’s highest dealer certification, given to the best Apple-authorized service providers.

If your Apple device is not up to par, Wooten’s techs will fix it.

“We do in- and out-of-warranty service and most repairs are done in-house,” Wooten said.

In June, Wooten expects to unveil his new Viera store as Visual Dynamics relocates from its current location at The Avenue to a new stand-alone store at the Wal-Mart Plaza at 8530 N. Wickham Road.

“We’re going for a different look and feel with the new store, a more casual look,” Wooten said.

Wooten will have a bushel of new temptations for Apple fans.

“It’s a very exciting time for Apple,” Wooten said. “Apple has updated their entire iMac line, much faster at the same price point. They bumped them up to the next level. They’re beautiful.”

Prices for the iMac start at $1,099.

The new iPad Air, with its expansive 10.5-inch screen, also will be a consumer magnet.

“It’s much faster and larger,” Wooten said.

The new Air starts at $499, but fans of the 9.7-inch screen version need not worry since it still is available at around $329.

Wooten also notes that Apple just lowered the price of its breakthrough speaker, Apple Home Pod, to $299. That should make it very enticing for consumers.

“It can integrate with home automation so you can use voice commands for things like turning on the lights and starting the coffee in the morning,” Wooten said.

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