Caviar goes back to the iPhone 2G days with its latest luxury modification
Luxury gadgets brand Caviar recently unveiled its Visionaries collection which pays homage to tech entrepreneurs like Elon Musk, Jack Ma and Steve Jobs with bespoke modified iPhone 13s. Their latest project is dubbed iPhone 2G and it uses bits of the motherboard of an original Apple iPhone form 2007 and fuses them on the back of Apple’s the latest iPhone 13 Pro and 13 Pro Max.
The phones feature aviation titanium casings and a black PVD coating mimicking the OG iPhone design and are complemented with a laser engraved Steve Jobs signature. The star of the show is hidden in a sealed capsule shaped like the Apple logo which contains the iPhone 2G motherboard piece.
A total of 19 units will be made with each unique model sporting a different part of the iPhone 2G motherboard. The design also features a diagram engraving of the phone’s key elements.
Pricing starts at $6,990 for a 128GB iPhone 13 Pro and reaches a cool $8,610 for an iPhone 13 Pro Max with 1TB storage. Head over to the source link below if you want to know more.
What a monstrosity this phone is lol
- 04 Dec 2021
Rich people use credit to avoid paying taxes, if your money is in company stock you pay no tax, when you use that money in stocks to pay off a credit you pay no tax as it's considered a lost.
- 02 Dec 2021
No, he gets one sent for review for free, he just has to send it back. Same with all the other tech review guys.
- 02 Dec 2021