This iPhone is made using fragments of a T-Rex tooth and also bits of a Roman spear.
Dubbed the ‘Tyrannophone’, it is arguably the most decadent iPhone we’ve ever seen and it is certainly the most expensive.
The phone is crafted from 24k gold and the chassis is a fruit salad of exotic, rare and historically important materials.
We’ve mentioned fragments of a T-Rex tooth and a Roman spear, but you also have versions with splinters of a Megalodon, the long-extinct predecessor of the modern shark, and also fragments of a Mammoth’s tooth.
But hold on because the list goes on.
You’ve got iPhones made from parts of an iPhone 2G, a meteorite fragment and shrapnels of an 18th-century Swedish bullet incorporated into the chassis.
The ‘T-Rex treatment’ and most of the other custom frames are only available for the iPhone 15 Pro Max.
All these phones are made by Caviar, a brand that specializes in unique customization options for the iPhone, and as you can imagine they aren’t cheap.
The Tyrannophone costs $8,550, and production is limited to seven units.
Meanwhile, the Megalodon one costs $8,180.
If T-Rex and mammoth teeth or 18th century bullets aren’t your cup of tea, you can always go for an iPhone decorated with a portrait of Joe Biden and Donald Trump.
But these are a bit more expensive.
The Donald Trump / Joe Biden phone will set you back $15,000, even though it’s only an iPhone 12.
Caviar also makes another iPhone, this one includes a mechanical watch that’s physically integrated into the frame.
This is the most expensive of them all, with a price tag that’s seriously shocking.
For reference, a ‘standard’ Apple iPhone 15 Pro Max 1TB costs $1,599.