We Sell Lightning Cables January 25 2017

Among the variety of accessories that we sell, we offer Anker brand lightning cables for your iPhone, iPod, or iPad. These are durable, Apple certified cables that are compatible with all your Apple devices. The entire Got Mac team prefers them over Apple's cables because they are more durable as well as come in several different colors and lengths. If you need a new lightning cable. Invest in something tried and true, and something that will last with our lightning cables.

iPhone Battery Life Sub-Par? December 08 2016

We replace all iPhone batteries, and usually in under 10 minutes. Most iPhone batteries need to be replaced after a couple years of use. You'll know your iPhone battery is in need of being replaced when your iPhone doesn't hold a charge for as long as it used to, or when it shuts off unexpectedly.

If you have an iPhone 6s with battery issues, it may be covered under a special battery replacement program through Apple due to a defect in some of the batteries.

As always, if you have any questions, please don't hesitate to give us a call.

iRing September 27 2016

If you have an iPhone, you know how easily they can slip out of your end. Whether you're at home, on the go, or lying in bed, it can happen to anyone. iRing solves that problem by allowing your finger to comfortably rest to a stylish and quality loop adhered to the back of your phone. It can attach to the phone itself or most cases. iRing gives you peace of mind, knowing that as long as its attached to your finger, your phone isn't going anywhere.

iRing is great for everyday use as well as recreational. For example, if you're on a speedboat, taking video of your friend or family member on waterskis, you don't have to worry about your phone slipping out of your hand and into the water, where you'll never get it back. The iRing is discreet and comes in several colors.

We have plenty of this new item in stock, but not for long. Get one before their gone!

Apple Is Innovating Their Home Buttons September 22 2016

Apple introduced a revolutionary new solid state home button with the iPhone 7 and iPhone Plus. They use haptic feedback to simulate the press of a button; you're not actually pressing a button. Over the past few years, Apple has been moving away from any type of moving parts, from getting rid of the optical drive to implementing solid state hard drives in all of their computers. It will be interesting to see what Apple does next!