218 E Street , in the E Street Plaza
Mon-Sat 10 am - 6 pm
Sunday 11 am - 4 pm
(530) 756-4080

RC iPhone Repair is an electronics shop that specializes in the repair of portable Apple devices. The technicians have several years of experience. In addition to fixing iPhones, iPods, iPads, and MacBooks, they will also work on Blackberries. Refurbished devices are available for purchase.

The location was previously home to Lily's. RC relocated from 204 F Street Suite A1.


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2012-09-25 12:30:50   Does exactly what it says on the tin. Went to the Apple Store on Sunday and was told it would take $149 to fix my lock button. Mulled it over. Walked into RC yesterday, with no appointment, and they said they could do it for $50 in 25 minutes. 25 minutes from that moment? Indeed. I was skeptical. Got some lunch, came back, and lo and behold, it was ready! $48 including tax. Absolutely brilliant. All my business is belong to them. —dizzyditz

2013-08-29 18:30:28   Amazing! They fixed my ipod by replacing an internal cable and they didn't charge me anything. —JohnTerning

2014-04-01 07:34:59   They're fast, friendly, and cheap. We had to replace a broken iPad screen, and they took care of it within a few hours for far less than the Apple store. —Sabihah

2014-07-18 01:29:00   These guys are absolutely horrible right now. I came to repair my Ipad mini cracked screen and it costed around $200! Lady told me no problem, it'll be done in 3 days tops! THREE weeks later and 4-5 "Faulty" Screens later, they finally got it to work. Fastforward a few months I start getting weird sensitivity issues. I go to a different store and low and behold... The screen used to repair my old one was a CHEAP and LOW QUALITY faulty screen that finally broke down. I was out of warranty and they vehemently REFUSED to finish their initial service properly, asking me to pay ANOTHER $120, their so-called "discount". Laughable, why wouldn't I just buy a new ipad with the money your asking to get one repair correct?

Take a hint everyone, if you need your idevice repaired go to the other store a a block away. I think it was called iFix electronics. Least they keep their promises and actually have competent people working there. —Andyy

2015-04-25 04:18:41   Horrible and fishy business I came here to fix my trackpad. I paid 135 dollars for it. However, my trackpad was not working after 3 days since I picked it up . I came again to ask for my money back. They said that they would like to test my new trackpad they just replaced and also my old trackpad with their computers, and they would call me on next Monday. They didn't call me on Monday, I had to call them to remind them. On Tuesday, still not done. On Wednesday, finally done. When I came in to pick it up again on Wednesday, the new trackpad is still not working on my computer, and they said they tested it, the new one is working with their computer but not my old trackpad, so they won't return my money. It's like I'm losing $135 for fishy business. I asked them to return my old trackpad to me, they said no, it would deplete their business if they do so. STAY AWAY FROM THIS SHADY BUSINESS GUYS! DON'T COME HERE AND LOSING YOUR MONEY LIKE I DID. —diemnhi