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5 Ways You Are Paying Too Much on Verizon

Posted Aug 5 by  / 
Topics: News

Cell phone plans can seem like a complicated web of mumbo jumbo, full of charges, line items and vague features that require an interpreter. No matter the carrier, there is always confusion around what you are paying, why you are paying it, and the services you are receiving. If you have not reviewed your bill in the past year then it's time to see a Verizon Specialists at CityMac. Whether you want to learn how to reduce your monthly bill, activate parental data controls, or just have general questions about your bill we are here to help.

At CityMac, our goal is to help demystify your bill and make sure that you are confident that the plan you're on is the right plan for you! Come in today to speak with our Verizon Specialists and receive a fast & free Verizon Bill Analysis from CityMac!


CityMac Deals on Preowned MacBook Airs

Posted Jul 20 by  / 
Topics: Deals

 

Previously Loved MacBook Air Starting at $499

CityMac is proud to offer certified preowned MacBook Airs at unbelievable prices! Quantities are limited—get an incredably light MacBook Air from CityMac before they're gone.


Summertime, and the Upgrading is Easy

Posted Jul 20 by  / 
Topics: Deals

CityMac iPhone 6s 128GB Summer Upgrade Event

Stop wasting time deleting photos to make room for more. For a limited time upgrade to a new iPhone 6s and CityMac will Bump-up your storage to 128GB for $0!


iPhone SE + 2-year Warranty for $0

Posted Jul 14 by  / 
Topics: Deals

Best Deal on an iPhone SE Ever at CityMac

CityMac is offering the best deal on Apple’s newest iPhone, the iPhone SE. While supplies last, pick up a new iPhone SE for $0 with a 2-year warranty when an eligible smartphone is traded in towards an iPhone SE purchase.


10 Things You Didn't Know Siri Could Do

Posted Jun 15 by  / 
Topics: Tech Tips

10 Things You Didn't Know Siri Could Do

In 2011, Apple introduced their voice assistant, Siri, as a part of iOS 5. In the beginning, Siri was an annoyance for many people. She was spotty, inconsistent and did not have an impressive breadth of features. Today, Siri is more powerful than ever and if you still think she is a nuisance, it’s because you aren’t using her right. Here are 10 Siri features you probably don’t know about, but should.


How to Record Your Mac's Screen with QuickTime Player

Posted Jun 15 by  / 
Topics: Tech Tips

Have you ever wanted to quickly record something on your screen and send it to someone? This feature is built into Apple’s QuickTime Player that comes on your Mac. In this video, we will be going over how to record either your full screen or a section of your screen.


How to Move Your Photos Library to an External Drive

Posted Jun 15 by  / 
Topics: Tech Tips

Do you want to free up space on your Mac? Maybe you have 50, 100, 500 GB or more of photos in your Photos Library. A great way to free up space on your Mac is to move the library containing all of your photos in the Photos application onto an external drive. In this video, we will be going over how to do exactly that.


How to Share a Contact on iOS and OS X

Posted Jun 15 by  / 
Topics: Tech Tips

How to Share a Contact on iOS and OS X

Being asked for someone else’s phone number can be a pain if you have to look it up in your contacts and try to quickly memorize it and retain it long enough to text it to the person who originally asked. On an iPhone, sharing a contact is much easier than memorizing it. iOS and OS X (soon to be macOS) includes built-in sharing functionality for contacts.


Acorns: Investing Your Spare Change

Posted Jun 14 by  / 
Topics: Apps

Acorns: Investing Your Spare Change

I hate coins. Every time I'm handed change from a transaction, I cringe knowing that those coins are bound to either end up in my couch, bouncing around my dryer or wedged into some obscure corner of my car. Although Acorns does not solve my dilemma when it comes to physical spare change, it provides an extremely valuable service that allows users to invest small amounts from each transaction made on linked credit or debit cards.


How Do I Clear My Browser Data on a Mac?

Posted Jun 12 by  / 
Topics: Tech Tips

How Do I Delete Temporary Internet Files on a Mac?As you peruse the Web, your browser creates and stores bits of information on your computer. These temporary Internet files contain such things as website browsing history, cookies and Web page caches. While these files have their uses, they tend to build up over time. Remove these temporary files in either of two locations in the Safari application.

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