Gresso-designed iPhone 4 is a joy to behold
Sure, the Apple iPhone 4 is stylish on its own with its glass-coated body, metal frame and slim profile, but it still doesn't come anywhere near the Gresso limited edition version. Available in a couple of styles (for men and for women) the Gresso-redesigned iPhone 4 costs between 3000 and 3500 US dollars.
Here is the recipe that Gresso used to cook this delicious piece of geek art. Take a luxurious case made of 200-year-old African Blackwood. Add a teaspoon of 18-karat gold on the back panel and as a final touch add a pinch of Swarovski crystals for the ladies. Now charge an arm and a leg your insanely rich customers. Yummy!
If the new design of the iPhone 4 isn't much to your liking, Gresso are also offering a luxurized edition of the iPhone 3GS and its more traditional styling. It comes in the exact same two versions and costs just as much as the iPhone 4 (remember it's the luxury materials you are paying for here, not the functionality).
The iPhone 3GS collection will be available as early as next month, while the iPhone 4 will hit the shelves in a shiny Gresso outfit in December.
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