July 23rd, 2008 | Cheryl
The World’s Most Expensive iPhone
Because a regular iPhone isn’t expensive enough as it is, and thieves need more incentive to steal it. The Amosu Ultimo Diamond iPhone has trumped the Princess Plus model (who enjoyed its reign for barely three months) as the world’s most expensive iPhone. The most sought after accessory becomes the ultimate status symbol with 1179 perfectly set diamonds and exquisite hand craftsmanship. 16.18 carat diamonds sparkle everywhere, from the outer rim on the face to the apple logo on the back. An extra dash of hidden lavishness can be found on the rear bottom case, where 18 carat solid white gold reflects the stinking jealousy of those who catch you casually tinkering with this fabulous gadget. Drooling all over your keyboard and dying to own one, are you? Start by getting chummy with someone who has $177,000 to throw around on this hot piece of technology. Yes, that’s a ridiculous amount of money, and yes I still want one because being braggart is fun.
But you’re not just paying for the phone! The world’s most expensive iPhone can’t get away with coming in a cheap flimsy plastic box with nothing more than the user manual. Inside the deluxe wooden package is one year of complimentary VIP International Concierge Service, aimed at ‘accessing the inaccessible,’ and round the clock high priority service by the Amosu team.
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Topics: Accessories, Features
Tags: Apple, iPhone