The iPhone 12 Pro and its siblings are still a few months away from a release. Even more, now that Apple has confirmed a small delay for this year’s iPhone models. However, if by any chance you are ready to throw $23,000, Caviar got you covered. Or better, the company has covered the upcoming iPhone 12 Pro with 18-karat Gold. Caviar isn’t a new face if you’re familiar with limited edition iPhones, the company always produce custom Apple devices for those that think that simple isn’t enough.
The company calls it Cavia iPhone 12 Pro Victory Pure Gold. It’s a lengthy name for a truly-interesting and unique device. It’s a royal smartphone covered with floral motifs on the back. They represented the chamomile flower, which is the national flower of Rusia. The company also carved the phone with eight 0.48 carat diamonds (F/SI1). If you think that Gold isn’t enough, then the Diamonds may convince you. On the sides, you’ll find the phone’s information and its unique number in the limited production Run. The company even provides a luxurious box made with gold finish and leather.
The company also has Titanium and Carbon fiber editions
Perhaps, you’re not ready to spend your small “fortune” on this handset. Well, but you still like limited editions right? Thankfully Caviar also got you covered with Carbon and Titanium versions of the iPhone 12 Pro. Those are more affordable at “only” $5,060. As you can see below, the Titanium variant looks quite stunning and modern.
Interestingly enough, these models feel more like they’re a piece of technology. That’s something that you’ll never have with the Gold model. For these particular variants, you can pick the iPhone 12 Pro or the 12 Pro Max. Below you can see the visual of the Titanium variant, it certainly looks like a device that looks awesome without being exaggerated.
The company even has other options in tow. These limited editions will feature plenty of gold and a lot of exotic leather. There are many tastes, and the company wants to cover them all. Caviar is ready to meet the user’s “strange” demands, provided you have enough money to pay for this.
We’re not expecting any of these limited editions to appear before mid-October. As aforementioned this year’s iPhone 12 series is likely missing the usual release in the third quarter of 2020. While the company didn’t specify the exact reason for this delay, it certainly has to do with the manufacturing disruption in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.