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Apple iPhone Gold
Ilse Jurriën : November 30th 2009 - 12:25 CET
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AppleApple iPhone Gold from Stuart Hughes : Whoever has an extra 2.1 million Euros lying around and doesn't want to be seen with an ordinary smart phone, or even an ordinary iPhone, should go shopping at Stuart Hughes. Stuart has dedicated himself to the pimping of must-haves, such as cell phones, under the pretext of art and design. That is very smart, because after all everybody owns a smart phone, but how is one distinguished from the other? That's where Stuart comes in. The most exclusive and the most expensive iPhone in the world has been made by him, the iPhone 3Gs Supreme. Together with his wife Katherine Hughes, he has designed a "pimped" version of the popular iPhone 3Gs.
Apple iPhone Gold

Apple iPhone Gold with many diamonds
It was not such a big challenge, it seems, because the design of the iPhone is already pretty great. Gold and diamonds are always a hit in the world of the jetsetter, so the new iPhone will be adorned with a 22-carat gold body with a weight of 271 grams, and the front will be adorned with 136 diamonds with a total of 68 carats. The back will have a golden logo with 53 crystal-clear diamonds. The only button that the iPhone 3Gs has on the front will be decorated with a rare 7-carat diamond.

Apple iPhone 3Gs Gold

Apple iPhone 3Gs Gold met granite box
Of course you will want to safe keep your iPhone 3Gs Supreme very well and of course be very carefully with it when travelling to exotic destinations, where the wealthy often stay. Be sure, in any case, that you have an extra set of hands to help you carry it, because the box for the iPhone Supreme weighs a mere 7 kg and is made of solid granite. And then hope that the introduction of the iPhone 4G won’t be for a while…
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