As the September 12th launch of Apple’s highly anticipated iPhone 15 lineup approaches, tech fans around the world eagerly await details on the new device’s rumored specs and features.
Leaks suggest the standard iPhone 15 will start around $1000 while the top-of-the-line iPhone 15 Pro Max could exceed $2,000. However, one luxury design house is taking the concept of a premium smartphone to new extremes.
Caviar, known for outfitting devices with rare precious metals and gemstones, has unveiled a one-of-a-kind iPhone 15 covered in a stunning array of 570 diamonds. Aptly named “Diamond Snowflake,” this blinged out handset sports an 18k white gold case lavishly encrusted with conflict-free natural diamonds.
Taking center stage is a unique pendant sourced from a iconic Graff “Snowflake” necklace valued at millions. No expense was spared to transform the necklace’s showstopping centerpiece into the new iPhone’s eye-catching display piece.
While the technological capabilities under its glittering exterior will likely mirror that of its standard cousins, the Diamond Snowflake’s exorbitant estimated price of $714,700 firmly places it in super luxury territory. Those with an affinity for flaunting ultra-exclusive, design-forward status symbols may find its inflated cost justified.
However, for most consumers focused on value and functionality, the iPhone 15’s predicted mainstream models will sufficiently satisfy. Either way, with the launch event now just weeks away, the anticipation builds to see what other breakthrough features and designs Apple will unveil to its legion of loyal fans.