iPhone 3GS Supreme



Just when you thought that the worldwide economy has started to recover and people would be careful about their spending, along comes the $3.2 million iPhone 3GS Supreme from Goldstriker. Taking 10 months to create, it was commissioned by an “Australian gold mining magnate” – someone who clearly has tons of cash but unfortunately for him, cannot afford any good taste in fashion. The iPhone 3GS Supreme tops all phone prices in the world, coming in a 22K solid gold casing, featturing 136 diamonds that adorn the front bezel. As for its rear logo, it boasts 53 flawless diamonds while the front navigation button holds an extremely rare diamond at 7.1 cts.

Source: After Dawn

4 reviews or comments

Isaac Says: November 27, 2009 at 5:59 pm

I wonder how the gold backing affects the reception. I know that the first generation iPhone had its reception affected by the aluminum shell that covered most of the back on the phone. If this one is solid gold on the entire back of the phone, one would think that its reception would be diminished.

Echo Says: November 29, 2009 at 4:25 am

Too bad this Aussie A-hole couldn’t find more productive ways to spend his scratch. He can spend his as he pleases, however doing so like this doesn’t impress anyone, except to impress that he’s a narcissistic douche.

Ever heard of “money for a good cause”, mate?

thegame Says: January 7, 2010 at 7:24 pm

he should jailbreak it

scott Says: January 28, 2010 at 9:15 pm

bling bling baby (thats as ghetto as it gets)ill bet hes got 26 in spinners on a beater to

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