You're probably just fine. Just because your airlock isnt moving doesnt mean fermentation isnt going just fine. As long as its covered with CO2, you wont have any problems. The ferment temp is a tich high, but you should still produce some perfectly fine cider. Check out the cider forum for a LOT of info, if this is your first one, do not expect it to taste like most american store bought ciders. It will dry out nearly completely unless you kill off the yeast before it does so. If you want a sweet cider, you have to do that or backsweeten with either more juice at the time of consumption, or with unfermentable sugars (stevia works) before bottling.