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  • 1-Year Warranty

1-year warranty for all hardware repairs!

April 17th, 2013|0 Comments

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iPad mini after 4 months of use

March 4th, 2013|0 Comments

  • iPad Comfort

A Picture to Keep an iPad Company

February 19th, 2013|0 Comments

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  • 5-year anniversary sale
1411, 2014

5-year anniversary sale!

By |November 14th, 2014|Categories: Deals|Tags: , , |0 Comments

*** This sale is no longer active ***
As an anniversary thank you to our customers, we’ve discounted our most popular repairs. We’re offering rock-bottom prices on iPad and iPhone repairs. Here is a list of the discounts:

iPad Air – was $149.99, now $129.99
iPad mini – was $149.99, now $129.99
iPhone 5 – was $129.99, now $99.99
iPhone 5c – was $129.99, now $99.99
iPhone 5s – was $129.99, now $99.99
iPhone 6 & 6 Plus – currently unavailable

For now, please contact Apple dir […]

  • Denver’s Best CarPlay Installation Company
310, 2014

Apple CarPlay Demos and Installations

By |October 3rd, 2014|Categories: Apple News|Tags: |0 Comments

Today, we’re announcing aftermarket Apple CarPlay installations for all vehicle types. Check out our CarPlay page for more information. Here’s a full walkthrough of the CarPlay interface on a Pioneer 4000NEX. Enjoy! […]

  • Third-Party Lightning Accessories Damage Devices
307, 2014

Third-Party Lightning Accessories Damage Devices

By |July 3rd, 2014|Categories: Help Desk|0 Comments

We often think of third-party products as awesome additions to our Apple devices; most of the time, they are. However, some people claim that cheap, third-party lightning accessories damage devices. We agree with these reports and see a dramatically increasing number of damaged phones every week. Third-party lightning accessories have been silently damaging iPhones (and other iDevices) for quite some time. If you’re using a cable or charger that isn’t Apple certified, you are risking the longevi […]

  • New, Cheaper iMac
2506, 2014

Review: about Apple’s new, cheaper iMac… it’s deplorable

By |June 25th, 2014|Categories: Review|0 Comments

When I initially saw Apple introduce a new, cheaper iMac, I thought it would be a great thing for customers on a budget. Unfortunately, it is — without any reservations — the worst computer Apple has built in years. I’m honestly disappointed and a little disgusted by this money grab, as it helps no one but Apple. I cannot and will not recommend this computer to anyone. Keep reading to find out why this new, cheaper iMac is a complete waste of money.

In 2012, Apple transitioned the iMac prod […]

  • iPhone 5 Power Button Replacement
1706, 2014

iPhone 5 Power Button Replacement Program

By |June 17th, 2014|Categories: Help Desk|0 Comments

Are you having trouble with the power button on your iPhone 5? We have great news for you: Apple may fix your phone for free with its new iPhone 5 power button replacement program. Don’t wait to long; the program expires September 21st, 2014. Check out this Apple support page for all of the official acknowledgements. The power button is also called the sleep or wake button. It’s located on the top edge of your device and locks the screen on your iPhone. Many Apple customers have claimed that the […]

  • Comcast
1306, 2014

Disable Comcast Xfinity WiFi Hotspot: A How-to Guide

By |June 13th, 2014|Categories: Guides|Tags: , , , , |52 Comments

***Disclaimer*** Please keep this in mind when reading this article: we are not Comcast support and cannot help you make changes to your account. When in doubt, please call Comcast. These steps worked for us, but may not work for you. In that case, we recommend replacing your Comcast-supplied hardware with third-party, compatible solutions (read our liberation section). Thank you.

We’ve been hearing a lot of buzz about a new service from Comcast that offers Wi-Fi to its customers nationwi […]

  • SSL Goto Fail Bug
2502, 2014

Security updates fix SSL goto fail bug for Mac and iOS

By |February 25th, 2014|Categories: Apple News, Tech Talk|0 Comments

It’s time to hit the software update button on your iPhone and Mac if you haven’t already. Last Friday, Apple released iOS 7.0.6 and 6.1.6 to fix issues with the way their software interpreted SSL certificates. Today, Apple released security updates for Mavericks, Mountain Lion, and Lion. The SSL goto fail bug was a serious problem for anyone using publicly accessible networks. It’s a complicated topic and there has been a lot of misinformation spreading about it… but the important thing i […]

  • Choose Fix Olympics
602, 2014

Are you ready for the Olympics? Choose Fix – Olympics

By |February 6th, 2014|Categories: The Weekly Fix|0 Comments

From 2006 to 2009, Apple ran an ad campaign called “Get a Mac.” We recently decided to bring that style to our YouTube channel. Apple did a great job of subtly explaining what made the Mac better than the PC. We hope to do the same with this short video series.

This is our second video in the Choose Fix series. We’re calling it “Olympics.” Milosh is competing in a new sport. We hope you enjoy it! […]

  • Choose Fix Experience
502, 2014

New Ad Series for Fix Denver: Choose Fix – Experience

By |February 5th, 2014|Categories: The Weekly Fix|0 Comments

We fell in love with the “Get a Mac” ads that Apple ran from 2006 to 2009 and decided to bring that style to our YouTube channel. Apple did a great job of subtly explaining what made the Mac better than the PC. We hope to do the same with our 30-second videos. They should also make you laugh. :)

We’re calling this first ad “Experience” – it portrays our owner and Milosh discussing his time with a big franchise repair company. Enjoy! […]

  • Fix iOS Software Problems via iCloud Restore
3012, 2013

Fix iOS Software Problems via iCloud Restore – Guide

By |December 30th, 2013|Categories: Guides|Tags: , , , |0 Comments

We’ve had a lot of requests from clients, friends, and family asking us for advice on software problems they’re seeing with an iPhone, iPad, or iPod running iOS 7. There are many ways for a problem to surface with the complex hardware and software in an iOS device. We’re glad that Apple gave us a great way to get rid of our software problems with the advent of iCloud. Most people will be able to fix iOS software problems via iCloud restore and avoid the Genius Bar entirely. The following ste […]

  • Touch ID Home Button
211, 2013

iPhone 5s Touch ID Home Button Unique to Each Device

By |November 2nd, 2013|Categories: Apple News, Tech Talk|Tags: , |0 Comments

Each individual Touch ID sensor will only work on one phone
After being contacted by a third-party iPhone repair and modification company that was having an issue getting a replacement Touch ID sensor working on a new iPhone 5s, iMore did some testing. They discovered that each Touch ID sensor, though appearing identical on the outside, will only work with the phone it came with from the factory, suggesting an additional security layer that Apple decided to not to disclose.
We first heard ab […]

3010, 2013

TUAW Reviews the Drobo 5D

By |October 30th, 2013|Categories: Help Desk|Tags: , , , , , |0 Comments

Drobo 5D: Speedy, expandable Thunderbolt storage for professionals
Data Robotics (now Drobo) was the first company to make expandable RAID storage easy, and with the current Drobo line of BeyondRAID devices they’ve now made the devices faster through the use of Thunderbolt and USB 3.0 connectivity, as well as the Drobo Accelerator Bay’s ability to use an mSATA SSD for fast caching. In this TUAW review, I’ll take a look at the Drobo 5D (US$664 on Amazon), a five-bay device designed to give cre […]

3010, 2013

Some iPhone 5s Devices Could Have Bad Batteries

By |October 30th, 2013|Categories: Apple News|Tags: , , |0 Comments

Apple Says Manufacturing Defect is Responsible for Battery Issues in Some iPhone 5s Devices
A manufacturing defect has affected a small number of Apple’s iPhone 5s devices causing shortened battery life and longer charging times, according to an Apple representative who spoke to The New York Times. The iPhone 5s, which was introduced in September, is rated for up to 10 hours of battery life on 3G and 250 hours of standby time.
According to The New York Times, Apple is having trouble with the […]

  • 2013 iPhone Buyer's Guide
1709, 2013

2013 iPhone Buyer’s Guide

By |September 17th, 2013|Categories: Guides, RMMR Weekly, The Weekly Fix|Tags: |0 Comments

Last week, Apple introduced us to their new iPhone lineup. The 5c and the 5s go on sale this friday the 20th of September. This episode pits the new iPhone 5c and 5s versus the base model iPhone 4s. The good, the bad, the ugly: we’ll help you decide which one is right for you. Josh is the owner of a Denver-based repair company called ‘Fix’ (formerly Rocky Mountain Mac Repair). We produce these videos every week to discuss the latest news in the realm of Apple and Technology. […]

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409, 2013

iPhone 5S, iPhone 5C, iOS 7 introduced September 10th – The Weekly Fix Episode 26

By |September 4th, 2013|Categories: RMMR Weekly|0 Comments

Josh from Fix tells you everything you need to know about the upcoming Apple event on September 10th including the new iPhones, the iOS 7 software update and a few predictions for the famous “one more thing.” If you’re still expecting an Apple-branded television set, you’re barking up the wrong tree.

Josh is the owner of a Denver-based repair company called ‘Fix’ (formerly Rocky Mountain Mac Repair). We produce these videos every week to discuss the latest news in the realm of Apple and Techn […]