Russian luxury accessory manufacturer Caviar has introduced a luxury line of premium iPhe XS Max devices that have received an external upgrade with precious metals and diamds, including a model that uses solid gold and sells for over $ 15,000.
Caviar's Maximum Collecti are all based the iPhe XS Max, where the company chooses to offer ly the models with the highest 512 GB capacity in its range. The iPhes themselves are exactly the same as the standard models, except the rear housing, which is replaced by e of a number of scaled up versis to make them a more luxurious device.
The Maximum Invincible model is billed as a design that is reminiscent of durable objects, such as a tank or armor, with fake nails and plates the back. The housing is made of a 1 mm hardened titanium plate, which is claimed to stop a bullet.
Using carb instead of glass the rear panel, the Maximum Ultralight is lighter than the standard iPhe XS Max, making the unit 8 grams lighter than the model supplied by Apple. The back uses a structured diamd pattern, which according to the company is a special style & # 39; gives.
At the more expensive end of the range, the versi with maximum diamds is a combinati of black PVD coating and diamds, where 400 of the gems are arranged in a pattern the back of the iPhe.
There are two gold models in the collecti, with the Maximum Gold with a gilded housing, while the Maximum Fine Gold versi is made of a solid gold panel with a weight of 150 grams.
The Caviar Maximum range starts from $ 5,200 for the Maximum Ultralight, with the Invincible selling for $ 5,500 and the Maximum Diamds for $ 9,890. The maximum gold costs $ 5,960, and the maximum fine gold is the most expensive at $ 15,340.
All models are supplied in a wooden lacquered housing covered with black velvet, authenticity and company guarantee certificates, a USB cable and a charger. Obviously, there is no way to get service at an Apple store given the adjustments to the device that Caviar has made.