Looking to connect tech with fashion? Read on to know how—Apple’s iPhone 5 has turned sexier, glam and more gorgeous than you ever imagined. All thanks to Stuart Hughes who spunked up the iPhone on special request from a Chinese user who thought aluminum was passé for his iPhone.
Tiny diamonds dazzles with their sheen while glazy gold adds character t the iPhone 5 –such that the makers may even forget it as theirs!
Hughes added glamour to the iPhone 5 with 600 diamonds and 135 grams of pure gold. If you are wondering what happened to the original iPhone glass, then the Sapphire glass bespeaks an answer. The topping on the cake comes with a black diamond worth a whopping $14.5 million. The black darling substitutes the Home button.
Not long ago the Apple iPhone, iPad and iPod were staple buys of the classy and the suave with piggy banks as fat as a life size pig. However, the US-based giants decided upon taking class to the masses to with their iPhone and the iPad of the later days. And toady—we stand in an era wherein promises of an economical iPhone avatar is doing the rounds. Many had turned their nose against the iPhone turning way-too-affordable; perhaps Apple might soon wake up to such reactions and do something about it.
Hear what Hughes says, “This beautiful handset took 9 weeks of detailed intricate work to re-create the original chasis of the iPhone 5 in solid gold all of which was started and finished by hand, including a flawless black single deep cut diamond weighing in at 26 cts, most unique to replace the home button. Also the chasis was inlaid with a circa of 600 white flawless diamonds with full gold dressing for the rear section with the logo in solid gold with 53 flawless diamonds. This masterpiece boasts a massive circa of 135 grams of 24ct gold and of course sapphire glass set in the screen.”
Want a diamond dazzle on your iPhone 5? Get in touch with Hughes making sure that some $15.3 million bucks lie in your pocket.