We don’t sell used products. We sell refurbished products. What’s the difference exactly? Well all refurbished electronics are used. What sets them apart is the care we take to make sure they’re in good condition before we sell them.
When we buy products to resell they arrive to us in varying conditions. Some products have broken screens or cosmetic damage, others seem to be totally fine or barely used. Regardless of the condition, our Apple Certified Macintosh Technicians thoroughly inspect and repair (if needed) every device before we decide it’s ready to resell.
We believe it’s the care we take, the services we offer, and the wealth of experience that we have dealing with these products thats adds value. Anyone can purchase from us with confidence knowing we stand behind the products we sell. We also offer a 6 month warranty, because some issues will not come up during our initial testing, only with regular use. We’re easy to contact, friendly, helpful and committed to resolving any issues.
Our aim is to make sure that customers have the most satisfactory experience possible when dealing with us. Customer feedback seems to support the belief that we are accomplishing our goal.
An Apple ID is your user name for everything you do with Apple: Shop the iTunes Store, enable iCloud on all your devices, buy from the Apple Online Store, make a reservation at an Apple Retail Store, access the Apple Support website, and more.
It’s important to set up an Apple ID if you want take full advantage of all your Apple devices useful features. Security features like Find My iPhone which allows you to track your stolen or lost device, and cool features like Handoff which allows you to seamlessly pick up where you left off from on one device to another aren’t accessible without an Apple ID.
Any questions you might have in regard to Apple ID such as how to create one, how to change your ID, or set up and ID on all your devices can be answered here by reading this FAQ.
iCloud Keychain is a useful utility in iOS and OS X that allows you to securely save and store your passwords, account names, and even credit cards to your Keychain across multiple devices. I find the password management utility to be one of the most helpful myself. The iCloud Keychain helps make managing and remembering multiple social media and email login credentials simple. In this quick guide I’ll show you how to setup the keychain to store your passwords, how to view your saved credentials, and how to generate a password using the Keychain.
How to Enable iCloud Keychain in iOS
Launch the Settings app
Tap on iCloud.
Tap on Keychain.
Toggle iCloud Keychain to On.
You will be asked to either set up an iCloud Keychain password or enter the existing one. You can also choose to verify with another device.
This is the first step you would take get started with iCloud Keychain, granted you have created an iCold account and have upgraded your devices to iOS 7.0.3 or later and OS X Mavericks or later.
How to generate a password in iOS
Launch the Safari app on your iPhone or iPad.
Navigate to the site you’d like to create an account and generate a password for.
Fill out any information that’s needed and then tap on the password field where you’d normally enter a password.
A popup should appear. Tap on Suggest Password.
A popup menu will now appear, tap on Use Suggested Password.
How to generate a password in OS X
Launch Safari on your Mac running OS X Mavericks or above.
Navigate to the website you’d like to create a login for or change the password for.
Once you’re in a password field, you will see a popup from iCloud Keychain suggesting a strong password for you.
Click on Use Safari suggested password.
Coming up with and remembering multiple unique passwords for multiple accounts can be difficult. While the passwords generated by Safari aren’t the strongest, they are better than using the same password for multiple sites.
How to manually view passwords stored to Keychain in iOS
Launch the Settings app on your iPhone or iPad.
Tap on Safari.
Tap on Passwords & AutoFill under the General section.
Tap on either Saved Passwords.
Enter your 4-digit passcode if you are prompted to do so.
In this list, find the login you’d like to view the password for and tap on it.
Here you can see the login credentials for that specific account.
How to manually view passwords stored to Keychain in OS X
Open your Applications folder.
From there open the Utility folder.
Click on the Keychain Access app.
When the Keychain Access window opens, find and click Passwords in the left sidebar.
Find the account you wish to display the password for and double click it.
A window displaying the login credentials will open, though the password is still hidden. Mark the checkbox near the bottom to display password and finally enter your Keychain password to view it.
Being able to manually view your login credentials can be useful for remembering your password or username when logging into public terminals or a device that that you’ve never used before.