This is the new iPhone 14 Pro Max ‘Grand Complications’ and it comes with a real Rolex Cosmograph Daytona built into its shell.
As you can imagine, it costs an arm and a leg: $134,250.
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This iPhone Rolex was made by Caviar, a brand that specializes in crazy customizations for Apple products.
In the past, the company created an iPhone that was literally made from bits removed from a Tesla car.
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Mind you, this new iPhone is possibly even crazier than that.
Mostly because slamming a real Rolex into the shell of the smartphone must’ve been an engineering nightmare.
So how exactly did the company do that?
Caviar removed the bracelet from the timepiece and incorporated the whole case into the candybar design of the iPhone.
The watch and parts of the case are also made from real gold.
Caviar calls it the ‘Daytona’ but if it’s too much for you, they’ve also made a slightly cheaper model called the ‘Skeleton Booster’.
This model only incorporates a watch movement, rather than an entire watch.
The Skeleton Booster is also based on the iPhone 14 Pro Max, just like the Daytona, but it costs a lot less: $10,320.
About the Apple iPhone 14 Pro Max
The new iPhone 14 Pro Max was unveiled during Apple’s ‘Far Out‘ event which took place a few weeks ago.
It uses Apple’s new A16 Bionic chip, which makes them faster as well as 20 percent more efficient than the previous model.
It features a brand-new 48-megapixel sensor for the camera and 4K resolution for your videos of up to 40 frames per second.
Available in Deep Purple, Gold, Silver and Space Black, pricing starts at $999 for the Pro and $1,099 for the Pro Max.