World's Most expensive iPhone 4S

Constructed by luxury goods maker Stuart Hughes, the iPhone 4S Elite Gold is handmade from rose with about 500 individual flawless diamonds which total more than 100 carats (ct); the price is $9.4-million - setting the new world record for the Most expensive iPhone 4S, according to World Records Academy

  The Guinness world record for the most downloaded free iPhone App was set by Bubble Ball, which has been downloaded by more than two million iPhone users as of January 2011. Bubble Ball, a simple physics-based game, was written by Robert Nay (USA).

  Guinness World Records also recognized the world record for the most popular iPhone game series: Tap Tap Revenge (Tapulous, 2008), which has been downloaded over 15 million times as of September 2010.
  The 500 delicate diamonds that cover the iPhone make up over 100 carats. Adding to the majesty of the diamonds is the 24 carat gold that makes up the base of the phone. Of course, the Apple logo stands out with 53 diamonds of its own set in the same 24 carat pure gold.

  The phones centre button is decorated with a 2.6 carat solitaire which is bordered by a number of smaller diamonds that encircle it. The handset is 64gb.

  All the diamonds are set in gold. Stuart Hughes has taken the redesigning of the iPhone a notch higher by supplying an additional 7.4 carat single cut pink diamond as a replacement in case the solitaire is lost!

  The chest (see photo) is made from solid Platinum with polished pieces of original Dinosaur bone from the T-Rex along with rare stones such as Opal ,Pietersite, Charoite , Rutile Quartz ,Star Sunstone.

  Stuart Hughes has completely designed and styled two handsets of the 64GB iphone 4S with diamonds and gold. One is rumoured to be owned by a businesswoman in Australia and the other is up for grabs.


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