There’s nothing worse than having a cable that is too short to be very useful. The 3 foot stock iPhone 5 would be a classic example of such a a cable. This Cult of Mac Deals offer gives you the chance to get a cable that will go a long way to solving that problem.
This lightning fast 10 foot USB 2.0 cable will keep your iDevice charged, updated, and ready for use – and without you having to worry about whether it will reach where you’re at. For a limited time, Cult of Mac Deals has it for just $13.99 – plus free global shipping!
With the iPhone 5S shaping up to be pretty much an identical device to last year’s iPhone 5 except a marginally faster processor and (fingers crossed!) some cool new fingerprint sensor technology, eyes are on the so-called “budget iPhone” as 2013’s new hotness.
Although the ‘budget iPhone’ will address the mid-market, it’s still an exciting device, rumored to be the first iPhone to come in an iPod-palette of colors. Otherwise, though, we don’t know a lot about what it looks like.
Far East case makers might, though. MGM Corporation, an Asian casemaker, has posted a first look at a case for the budget iPhone. It doesn’t show much, except that the budget iPhone is about 2mm thicker than the iPhone 5, and has rounded corners instead of the iPhone 5’s square shape.
But if you went ahead and did it anyway, and now you’re looking for a way back, look no further. Despite what Apple says, iOS 7 can be downgraded to iOS 6 — and it’s pretty simple. Here’s how to do it in just two steps.
Functional iPhone cases are a dime a dozen, but the latest Cult of Mac Deals offer features the Leverage case – a case that is so much more than functional. Sporting a clasp locking system, it not only looks great but it can survive even the clumsiest iPhone owner.
In today’s world, most people have more than just one device to charge. But this poses a problem in that cords get tangled, power strips get overcrowded, and USB ports get used up quickly. This Cult of Mac Deals offer aims to solve that problem by streamlining your charging with the 3-in–1 Lightning/30-Pin/Micro USB to USB Charging Cable for the low price of $19 for a limited time.
This handy cable can charge 3 devices simultaneously. Whether you need to juice up an iPhone 5, iPhone 4/4S, 3G/3GS, iPad, iPod, Android, HTC, Samsung, and more – this cable has you covered!
A hacked carrier update that has the potential to deliver improved data speeds is now available to iPhone 5 users on Sprint. The modified update, which has previously been made available to devices on AT&T, T-Mobile, and Verizon, does not require a jailbroken device — just a Mac or PC with iTunes.
I have no doubt that the BlueAnt Q3 Bluetooth (BT) headset is a good piece of technology, but like other BT headsets before it, performing well when paired with an iOS device is what’s really important, at least on this site.
Q3 Bluetooth Headset by BlueAnt Category: iOS Accessories, Bluetooth Headsets Works With: iPhone, iPad Price: $100
After all, here at Cult De Mac, Apple-specific compatibility is everything—we’re not just testing tech for the masses—we want to know how well accessories work with our Apple technology, and unfortunately, when it comes to the Q3, that’s where things start to fall apart.
Next time you drop your iPhone 5 and shatter the screen, you won’t have to pay a third-party to fix the display for you, or pay Apple the price of a new device to fix the screen for you. Instead, your friendly neighborhood Genius Bar will do it for $149.