The high-class designer, who already has world records for most expensive iPhone 2, Blackberry, designer suit and exclusive champagne, will use 18 carat gold
A ‘blinged-up’ version of the iPhone 6 is set to go on the market for a whopping £1.7million after Apple commissioned a luxury designer to create the handset.
Alexander Amosu, who has previously created diamond-clad forms of the iPhone 2, will create a luxury adaptation of Apple’s new release from solid 18 carat gold.
Named the ‘Amosu Call of Diamond iPhone 6′, it will take two months to make and will be painstakingly handset with over 6,127 brilliant cut diamonds.
The Apple logo will be cut from 51.29 carat gold with a cushion flawless cut.
If £1.7million is a little out of your price range, you can settle for an Amosu 24ct Gold Iphone 6 at £2,399, available fromalexanderamosu.co.uk.
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Ambitious designer Amosu, who grew up in north London, is widely renowned for bridging the gap between quality and luxury with technology.
He previously created the most expensive iPhone 2, which sold for £89,000, as well as the world’s most expensive Blackberry, which sold for £120,000.
He also holds the Guinness World Record for the most expensive suit (£75,000) and most expensive champagne (£1.2million).
Check out Amosu’s famous iPhone 2 in the video above.