- The exclusive iPhone 13 Pro released by accessories firm Caviar is called Total Gold
- It is available in multiple storage sizes as iPhone 13 Pro or iPhone 13 Pro Max
- But the most expensive – a 1TB iPhone 13 Pro Max – will set you back £35,519
- The luxury accessories firm has rolled out a range of themed iPhone 13 designs
In case you didn’t think smartphones were expensive enough, designers have now created a £35,519 ($48,080) version of Apple’s latest flagship smartphone, the iPhone 13 Pro Max, made out of 18 karat gold.
The special edition titled ‘Total Gold’ is produced by luxury accessories company Caviar and is limited to 99 copies only.
It is elaborately engraved in ‘artistic baroque style’ and includes model information and an inscription of the unique phone number. And it’s not just a fascinating affair; The phone itself is included.
For those with the cash to spend, Total Gold is available in the same storage size as either the iPhone 13 Pro or the iPhone 13 Pro Max – the cheapest setting that’s going to cost you an eye-watering £31,319 ($42,390).
London-based luxury accessories firm Caviar has created themed designs for the iPhone 13, of which Total Gold is just one.
The luxury model ‘Total Gold’ is available in multiple storage sizes as either the iPhone 13 Pro or the iPhone 13 Pro Max.
Caviar describes itself as an international brand of exclusive designer smartphones and accessories crafted from luxury materials.
It says the Total Gold model is a ‘perfect jewel’ specially designed for ‘luxury followers’.
Caviar says in its description of Total Gold, ‘The artistic engraving on the jewelery metal and the elegant work on a rich ornament in the Baroque style add models of luxury and individuality. on its website.
‘Caviar gold corona symbolizes the superiority, high status and decisive nature of the owner.’
‘Total gold’ iPhone 13 Pro
– 128 GB: $42,390 (£31,319)
– 256 GB: $42,700 (£31,511)
– 512 GB: $43,080 (£31,792)
– 1 TB: $43,470 (£32,080)
‘Total Gold’ iPhone 13 Pro Max
– 128 GB: $47,010 (£34,692)
– 256 GB: $47,320 (£34,921)
– 512 GB: $47,700 (£35,201)
– 1 TB: $48,080 (£35,519)
Caviar says Total Gold is ‘a piece of 18K gold in your hands’. But the cheapest change will set you back £31,319
How much? Get a 128GB iPhone 13 Pro for $42,390 (£31,283) or a 1TB iPhone 13 Pro Max for $48,080 (£35,482)
|iphone 13||iphone 12|
|colour’s||Red, Starlight, Midnight, Blue, Pink||red, blue, green, black, white and purple|
|Capacity||128GB, 256GB, 512GB||64GB, 128GB, 256GB|
|Shape||5.78 x 2.82 x 0.30 inches||5.78 x 2.82 x 0.29 inches|
|weight||173 grams||162 grams|
|Display||6.1 inches||6.1 inches|
|camera||Dual 12MP Camera System||Dual 12MP Camera System|
Apple’s iPhone 13 range, released to the world last week, includes the standard iPhone 13 for $799 (£799), a smaller iPhone 13 mini for $699 (£679), the iPhone 13 Pro priced at $999 (£949) and iPhone 13 included. Pro Max at $1,099 (£1,049).
Caviar’s Total Gold is only an option for the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max.
caviar has actually coined Multiple Exclusive Variations Apple’s new devices range in price from $6,000 (£4,400) to a maximum total gold price of $48,080 (£35,519).
All models have different themes and are listed on the firm’s website.
The elaborate names of the designs include ‘Gold Alligator’, ‘Yacht Club’, ‘Olive Rays’, ‘Moon and Sun’ and even ‘Cathedral of Christ the Savior’, named after the sacred in Moscow, Russia. The building is named after.
The ‘Cathedral of Christ the Savior’ is another phone in Caviar’s luxury series. It is named after the cathedral in Moscow, Russia.
Green Tourbillion, another model. Caviar says it has patterns similar to the image of the planets and their orbits in the context of the tourbillon mechanism of a clock.
Many models are inspired by various Rolex watches, including the Yacht Club, which mimics the design of the Rolex Yacht-Master II.
The Green Tourbillon, meanwhile, features a pattern similar to the watch’s intricate internal tourbillon mechanism.
And yet another design, called ‘Musk Be on Mars’, references SpaceX founder Elon Musk’s ongoing mission to reach the Red Planet.
Only 99 copies of each design have been made, so interested Apple fans with extra cash act quickly.