Most Expensive iPhone: Peter Aloisson Kings Button
As if his white-gold, diamond-studded Princess Plus iPhone wasn’t extravagant enough, Austrian jeweller Peter Aloisson introduces the Kings Button model; complete with a rare 6.6 carat diamond.
Continuing his penchant for customising some of the most luxurious handsets on the market, Aloisson has again created the world’s most expensive iPhone with a price tag of £1.6 million.
The bespoke iPhone 3G is framed by a line of white-gold encrusted with 138 brilliant-cut diamonds. But the defining feature is the 139th diamond that adorns the handset’s ‘home’ button; a single 6.6 carat diamond claimed to have “rare beauty with history”.
Aloisson released his first diamond-encrusted phone in 1998 and has since produced a number of costly handsets. Perhaps the most notable, until now, being the US$1.3 million crypto smart phone he created for Russian company JSC Ancort.
The jeweller also creates customized versions of household objects.
"The bespoke iPhone 3G is framed by a line of white-gold encrusted with 138 brilliant-cut diamonds."