The handset is wrapped in more than 500 individual flawless cut diamonds totalling 100 carats.
It features two interchangeable diamonds which fit over the ‘home’ button – a single cut 7.4ct pink diamond and a rare 8ct single cut flawless diamond which are together worth more than £4 million.
The back of the phone is plated in rose gold and the Apple logo glitters with 53 diamonds.
In countries where doesn’t officially support iPhone 4, prices go as high as $1500 for asoftware-unlocked set. But that really is nothing compared to what British designer Stuart Hughes has managed to pull off.
Yes, dear readers. What you see above is a rose-gold-plated iPhone 4 covered with 500 diamonds. This customized iPhone 4 was made for a mega-super-duper-uber rich Australian businessman.
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The customized handset costs a whopping $8 million ($8,000,000). You would have to sell 615 kidneys to buy one. So unless you have 615 kidneys or are immensely rich, look away.