Money Diamonds dogs: Gem-encrusted iPhone 8 'Elite' available to pre-order for £3,600

04:20  11 september  2017
04:20  11 september  2017 Source:   International Business Times

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They are already offering pre - orders of Apple's upcoming iPhone Edition (also rumoured to be called iPhone X, or simply iPhone 8 ) that are coated in precious metals. The 'blinged' out handsets come plated in either 24k gold, rose gold, or platinum, with an option of adding diamond - encrusted accents

Diamonds dogs : Gem - encrusted iPhone 8 ' Elite ' available to pre - order for £ 3 , 600 . This is why you shouldn't watch porn on a mobile phone. Win an iPhone 7.

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We are less than a week away from Apple's first major event at its new spaceship-shaped HQ in Cupertino, where the tech giant is almost certain to reveal three new iPhone models. Of those, the 10th anniversary edition of its iOS smartphone is expected to push the accepted boundaries of flagship price tags.

All-but-confirmed to sport new features such as an edge-to-edge OLED display, wireless charging and advanced facial recognition technology in place of a home button, Apple's special edition birthday boy is estimated to cost upwards of £1,000.

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  Diamonds dogs: Gem-encrusted iPhone 8 'Elite' available to pre-order for £3,600 © catalyst

Yet you could double, or even triple, that cost if you're feeling particularly flush, thanks to London-based store Goldgenie. They are already offering pre-orders of Apple's upcoming iPhone Edition (also rumoured to be called iPhone X, or simply iPhone 8) that are coated in precious metals.

The 'blinged' out handsets come plated in either 24k gold, rose gold, or platinum, with an option of adding diamond-encrusted accents to the rear Apple logo if you want to go the extra mile. Each so-called "iPhone 8 Elite" is packaged in a "Luxury Cherry Oak Finish Box" and comes with the usual iPhone accessories like EarPods, a Lightning cable and a power adapter.

To pre-order, you'll need to stump up half of the total cost up front. Those prices start at £2,397 for a 256GB iPhone in either gold, rose gold or platinum, and rise to £2,497 for the 512GB variant. For those twinkling diamonds, the cost shoots up to a whopping £3,297.

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This is far from the first time Goldgenie has given Apple products an ultra-premium makeover. Last year, the company revealed its £11,000 'RockStar' iPhone 7 Plus, which had diamonds embedded around the edge of the handset as well as on the Apple logo. IBTimes UK went behind the scenes with the firm in 2015 and spoke to its founder about the company's most lavish Apple product - a £110,000 Apple Watch.

  Diamonds dogs: Gem-encrusted iPhone 8 'Elite' available to pre-order for £3,600 © Catalyst

The iPhone X may be very difficult to buy until 2018 .
If you’re eager to put down $1,000 or more for Apple’s new bezel-less, OLED-equipped iPhone X, you’ll probably want to be awake and ready at the company’s preorder page come October 27th. “We believe the fullscreen design and facial recognition features will drive replacement demand for the iPhone X,” Kuo explains. But “due to supply constraints,” he adds, it’s unlikely demand will match supply until 2018. Kuo says he anticipates Apple will ship around 40 million iPhone X units before the end of the fiscal year, and as many as 90 million in 2018.

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