• The $15 Million iPhone
  • Posted 19 months ago by Jack Lowe · tech · 12343 Views
  • As if the iPhone wasn't already costly enough, an anonymous Hong Kong business commissioned exclusive and elite gadget company Stuart Hughes of Liverpool to create an iPhone valued at approximately $15 million USD. How did they manage to make it worth that much? First of all they embedded 600 flawless white diamonds inside a solid gold dressing (the Apple logo itself is made up from 53 diamonds), and then they topped it off with a home button made from a rare 26 carat black diamond which, by itself, is worth $14.5 million USD.

    www.stuarthughes.com

    • if it doesn't come with matching gold headphones and gold charger then i'm not interested.
    • adam.. Posted 19 months ago · 22
    • haha
    • Ryan Posted 19 months ago · 33 Reply
    • ^^^^^
    • Jack Posted 19 months ago · 72 Reply
    • Another example of how money can't buy class.
    • ..... Posted 19 months ago · 35
    • No, you don't. Bye!
    • John Posted 19 months ago · 57 Reply
    • What is the point of this?
    • ................ Posted 19 months ago · 49 Reply
    • But how much is shipping?
    • Masteef Posted 19 months ago · 48 Reply
    • It will still dropped and smashed like every other Iphone.
    • T Posted 19 months ago · 27 Reply
    • oh! wow.. how do people desperately want to have this !!!
    • kim Posted 19 months ago · 31 Reply
    • most of those diamonds are probably from a war zone and wear mind by a 12 year old slave,
    • masixole Posted 18 months ago · 52 Reply
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