Well, its Vietnamese company Karalux that comes to the rescue, offering a Black Gold plating service for the iPhone 6s in addition to its more orthodox 24K gold-plating jobs. The color is achieved by mixing gold with rhodium in a specific ratio and rhodium itself is 6 times more expensive than gold, the company's technical director says.
The time consuming process of covering an iPhone with Black Gold takes 8 hours and as you could have guessed, it's not exactly cheap. A 64GB iPhone 6s dipped in the rhodium/gold pot will set you back $2,300 (VND 52 million), though you could save a couple of million and get the 16GB version, who are we to judge where your priorities lie.
yep, batman's iphone it will be ;)
in my country black gold is black oil so it s called petroleo
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