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This New iPhone Has 1,450 Black Diamonds and Costs $500,000

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It comes with AirPods that have 30 black diamonds.

If you like your smartphone to have plenty of gemstones, Miami, FL-based Gresso has the product for you.

The company is releasing a version of the iPhone 7 that includes 1,450 black diamonds, along with 18-karat gold accents, CNET reports. The diamonds are on the back panel of the grade-5 titanium-bodied phone.

The price tag is $500,000. As part of the package, you also get a pair of AirPods complete with 30 black diamonds.

AppleInsider notes that this product won’t exactly have a large production run. Only three of the Lux model, part of the Black Diamond collection, will be made.

Gresso is also selling some less expensive, but still blingy, versions of the iPhone 7 starting in the $3,000 range. These, too, are limited-run productions, with only 999 units to be made.


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This New iPhone Has 1,450 Black Diamonds and Costs $500,000

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