Studded with 6,127 diamonds this gilded iPhone 6 costs an astronomical $2.75 million

The wait is over. After months of speculation, hearsay and hogwash, Apple has finally taken the wraps off its newest version of smart phone, iPhone 6. While the iPhone 6 will not go on sale until 19 September, if you have a spare £1.7 million (approx. $2.74 million) to spend you can order one right now. The British-based tech entrepreneur and designer Alexander Amosu will render the iPhone 6 in solid 18ct gold weighing approximately 85gsm and painstakingly handset with over 6,127 brilliant cut diamonds in VVS1 IF Color. Amosu’s version of iPhone 6 may cost a stellar £1.7 million, but it is still multi-million short of the world’s most expensive iPhone.

amosu-24ct-gold-iphone-6-2Alexander Amosu calls his creation “Amosu Call of Diamond iPhone 6.” The phone will take approximately 2 months to be recreated. The logo will be cut to the exact shape of the apple logo from 51.29 carat (10.258g) with a cushion flawless cut.

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amosu-24ct-gold-iphone-6-3If the whopping price tag is holding you back, you can settle for a lesser Amosu 24ct Gold iPhone 6 variant. Priced at £2,399 (approx. $ 3,860), the 24ct Yellow and Rose Gold iPhone 6 can also be engraved with your name or company logo. Those who decide to place a pre-order before Friday will also receive a free leather case worth $243, courtesy of Amosu.

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