COVID-19 Update

Yes, we’re open, with special precautions in place! Don’t waste your time waiting for an appointment or in long lines at Apple. Most of our repairs are complete on a walk-in basis within 30 minutes, at a fraction of the price at the Apple store! Current Operating Hours Monday – Friday: 11-7pm Saturday: 11-5pm Sunday:… Read more »

iPhone MacBook motherboard repair

iPhone Motherboard Microsoldering

It’s no secret that we’ve been tinkering with iPhone and MacBook motherboards for years now, and it’s only with a decade of experience that we have come to see just how prone these devices are to microscopic damage, whether it’s from drops, electrical damage from low quality cords and chargers, or just plain defects in… Read more »

You’re Invited!

What The 2018 BC Baseball ALS Game to help #StrikeOutALS, and support our dear friend Pete Frates When & Where Saturday, Apr 2 1, 2018 @ Fenway Park in Boston 10:30am: St, John’s Prep will battle Xaverian Brothers in a high school baseball match-up. 3:00pm: Boston College’s seventh annual ALS Awareness Game against Florida State. More… Read more »

Earth Day 2018: learn about e-waste and how to help reduce its impact on our environment

Let’s celebrate Earth Day! To help you get in the spirit of Earth Day, we’d like to shed some light on the impact of e-waste! E-waste is a bummer. Did you know discarded electronics, otherwise known as “e-waste“, is the fastest growing waste stream on the planet? Now, take a guess at which country produces the… Read more »

How to Back Up Your iPhone to iCloud

Learning how to back up your iPhone to iCloud is pretty simple and is something you should do on a regular basis. Why? Because if your phone fails for some reason, your cherished photos, videos, and music will be long gone unless they’ve been backed up. Backing up your iPhone to iCloud will keep your… Read more »

How to Spot a Fake Lightning Cable (and why you shouldn’t use it)

One of the worst moments is seeing the “cable is not certified and may not work with iPhone” message. Unless there is a minor glitch, this message usually means you are using a fake lightning cable. These knock off cables aren’t just a waste of money. They can overheat your iPhone and harm the power circuit… Read more »