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iPhone yang Paling Mahal di Dunia

Posted by padLoque Aqmal | Posted in | Posted on Monday, November 08, 2010

Stuart Hughes’ Crafted iPhone
Handcrafted iPhone 3G features 53 VVS1 diamonds housed in the 22K Apple logo. It taken some months Stuart Hughes to plate original body of the iPhone in solid gold. And the result is impressive! Price: £22,995 (about US$34,000).

Peter Aloisson’s iPhone Princess Plus
The most expensive iPhone. You have read about the most expensive iPhone cases in this space. Now you will know about the most expensive iPhone. Yes, it is developed by the Austrian luxury designer and jeweler Peter Aloisson, who has made a customized iPhone, designed the phone that is. The deal is an iPhone with 17.75 carats of diamond and a stunningly bejeweled look. Price? only $176,400. Just a thought. The most expensive iPhone case is priced at $20,000, a 42 diamond studded case. So the diamnod studded designer iPhone + the diamond Case + “I Am Rich” app. What is the shortest way to describe this? Paris Hilton, maybe? Price: $176,400.

Amosu Ultimo Diamond
Personalizing your phone in the Richie Rich vision means lots and lots of little diamonds sparkling round your apple phone. Which was rather predictable. But first you’ve got to put your hands on the latest iPhone – and that could be a nasty tricky thing. Because there are 5 hours long waiting lines for some stores (the Cube from Fifth Avenue par example). So this Amosu Ultimo Diamond priced at $177,300 really is a piece of work. More impressive than a 5hours lineup. Ugly, unpractical but blingy all the way. Just wondering – have you ever touched a gems studded object (not only a telephone, but in this range)? How does it feel? Price: $177,300.

Peter Aloisson’s Kings Button iPhone
In case you wondered what innovations and designs are coming out in such a time of economic crisis, check out the King’s Button iPhone 3G, which is probably the world’s most expensive iPhone running for $2.5 Million. This new iPhone design by Peter Aloissonis not just for the wealthy or high paid individuals but for the extremely filthy rich. Why is it $2.5 Million? here are the reasons: The main iPhone 3G button is made of a 6.6 Carat diamond. The phone is made of 18 Carat Yellow Gold, White Gold and Rose Gold, and its border has 138 finely cut diamonds for an extra fashion sense. The thing I wonder is if someone actually pays such a price for the luxurious iPhone 3G, do they have to use AT&T or pay extra to have it unlocked. Price: $2.4 million.

Goldstriker iPhone 3GS Supreme
For most folks, fitting an iPhone into the budget is tough. For an elite few, a standard iPhone just won't do. A European businessman in the gold industry is one of those elite few. He commissioned a solid gold diamond-crusted iPhone worth well over $3 million. British designer Stuart Hughes took 10 months to create the phone with 271 grams of 22 carat gold surrounded by 136 flawless diamonds. The navigation button was created from a single 7.1 carat diamond. Price: $3.2 million.

Goldstriker iPhone 4G Diamond Edition
Stuart Hughes of Goldstriker International presents the iPhone 4G Diamond Edition, likely the first of a bevy of luxury editions of Apple’s latest iPhone. Hughes has adorned the phone’s surrounding metal band with 6.5 carats of VVS diamonds and, on the back, recreated Apple’s iconic logo in platinum and diamonds. The iPhone 4G Diamond Edition has 32 GB of memory and is factory unlocked so you can enjoy it regardless of your wireless carrier. It also comes with an ostrich-foot wallet with pockets for up to four credit cards. If you want the phone, though, you’ll have to act soon–only 50 will be made. Price: $19,460.

Stuart Hughes iPhone 4 Diamond Rose Edition
If you thought his iPhone 3GS Supreme was impressive, check out the latest iPhone from Stuart Hughes–the iPhone 4 Diamond Rose Edition. Hughes has recreated the infamous antenna band that wraps around the sides of the latest iPhone, as well as the backplate, using rose gold. The band is adorned with 100 carats of flawless diamonds, and the Apple logo is formed with fifty-three more diamonds. Once again, the home button gets the most love–it’s made of platinum and features a rare 7.4-carat pink diamond. The phone comes in an imperial pink 7-kilogram chest cut from a single block of granite and lined with nubuck top-grain leather. It also comes with an 8-carat flawless diamond that can be used in place of the pink one. Only two of these expensive phones will be made. Price: $8 million.

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