iPhoneForums.Net News Team
- Jun 18, 2010
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Britains Daily Mail newspaper has unearthed an even rarer iPhone 4 than the white one this little beauty will set you back an incredible £5 million! The bespoke iPhone 4 is covered with more than 500 individual flawless cut diamonds, totalling 100 carats, with two interchangeable diamonds that cover the home button, a single-cut 7.4-carat pink diamond and a rare 8-carat single-cut flawless diamond, which together are worth over £4 million. The back of the phone has been coated in rose gold, and the Apple logo is set with 53 diamonds. No news as to whether or not it comes with a free bumper though!
Its all the work of Stuart Hughes, Liverpool jeweller, who makes a bit of a habit of dipping iPhones and iPads in gold and diamonds and all that sort of thing. Hughes told the Daily Mail that he was commissioned to make two of the blinged-out phones by a rich Australian businessman.
Dont worry if £5 million is a bit pricey for you, Stuart also makes cheaper custom phones for between £1,800 and £22,000!
Source: Daily Mail