iPhone 6 fever doesn’t cease to shaking world. More precisely lux versions of much anticipated iPhone 6. But would you pay £1.7 million (about $2.75 million) for the handset? Apple has commissioned Alexander Amosu to create iPhone 6 with an astronomical cost. Dubbed the ‘Amosu Call of Diamond iPhone 6‘, the handset is covered in solid 18 karat gold weighing about 85gr and studded with 6,127 small diamonds and a huge 51.29 carat diamond resembling the shape of the Apple logo.
It took two months for the designer to create the diamond-studded Apple iPhone 6. If this version is too much for you, there’s a more affordable Amosu 24ct Gold iPhone 6, priced at £2,399 ($3,900). Yellow and rose gold versions of the 24-carat-gold iPhone 6 are also available.
In the past, Alexander Amosu offered premium editions of iPhone 4 such as the iPhone 4 Diamond Spider and the iPhone 4 for St. Valentine’s Day. He also created the most expensive iPhone 2, which sold for £89,000, as well as the world’s most expensive Blackberry, which sold for £120,000, and still holds the Guinness World Record for the most expensive suit (£75,000) and most expensive champagne (£1.2million).