The past few weeks, maybe longer, the main Lightning cable I use to charge my iPhone 6 will stop charging if wiggled around. I thought it was the cable but noticed it with different cables. Researched. Used a toothpick and sewing needle to get out a bunch of fibers from the port. And now it's not charging at all. I can sort of wiggle the cable around and get the charging noise but the icon either doesn't change or just shows charging for a split second. I got a flashlight and it looks like there's still some fibers in there. A few questions. Are there any moving parts in there I may have damaged? It doesn't look like there is. Does anyone have experience taking their Macs to Best Buy for repair? Apple shows as an authorized repair location. Unfortunately AppleCare+ ran out right before I started having issues. Will Best Buy charge me to examine it? At least to say I broke a pin or something? Apple never has when taking it in.