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The Most Expensive iPhone

Mobile phones are essential part of our life as we use it for connecting, calling and networking with other people, friends and relatives. But some people in the world own extra-expensive and luxury smartphones whose prices are mind-blowin.

Let's take a look at the most expensive iphone in the world :

iPhone Princess Plus - $176,400 USD

Austrian luxury designer and jeweler Peter Aloisson has something more to add to his kitty – ladies and gentlemen, presenting to you the Aloisson designed iPhone – the world’s most expensive iPhone. iPhone Princess Plus is encrusted with 138 princess cut and 180 brilliant cut diamonds, and 18 ct of white gold is used in its preparation. It got its name after prince-cut diamonds that are used in its embellishment.

iPhone 3G Kings Button - $2.5 million

iPhone 3G King’s Button is designed by a famous personality, Peter Aloisson who had also designed Crypto Smartphone. This expensive iPhone costed around $2.5 million as it is embellished with 18 carat yellow gold, white gold and rose gold with the white gold line encrusted with a total of 138 brilliant cut diamonds.

iPhone 3GS Supreme Goldstriker - $3.2 million

Priced at £1.92 million/$3.2 million, 10 months in the making , the whole casing was created with 271 grams of 22ct solid gold . The front bezel houses 136 flawless diamonds colour F ,which total to a massive 68 cts . The rear logo in solid gold has 53 flawless diamonds amounting to 1ct and the front navigation button is home to a single cut very rare diamond at 7.1 cts. The chest which houses this unique handset is made from a single block of Granite , in Kashmir gold with the inner lined with Nubuck top grain leather , which weight is a massive 7kg.

iPhone 4 Diamond Rose Edition - £5 million

Exclusively made by Stuart, the iPhone 4 Diamond Rose Edition flaunts a tag of £5 million ($8,020,000). The iPhone 4 Diamond Rose Edition sports a rose gold bezel caked with 500 diamonds (100 ct) on front and 53 diamonds on the apple logo on the rear. Here the main navigation button comprises of a 7.4ct pink diamond which is set in platinum. However there is an option of swapping the pink diamond with an 8ct single cut diamond.

iPhone 5 Black Diamond - $15 million

Stuart Hughes designs the world's first $15 million iPhone 5. Stuart Hughes are well known for their high-end iPhones, with one of their models including a platinum storage chest which is encrusted with rare stones such Opal, Rutile Quartz and polished bones from a TREX skeleton. This uniquely designed iPhone 5 features a rare 26-carat black diamond which was in possession of Hong Kong Businessman named “Joe” for years. The rear section of the phone is coated with solid gold and apple logo consists of 43 flawless diamonds. The screen of this luxury item is created from sapphire glass, instead of gorilla glass, which is 10 times more expensive than gorilla glass. These extra dollars are spent to ensure strength and stability of screen as sapphire glass is the hardest natural substance after diamond. The most special item of this iPhone 5 is its home button which is rare 26-carat black diamond, encrusted on a circa of 600 flawless diamonds.


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