In the latest custom iPhone X by Caviar the Apple logo takes on a biblical meaning as it recreates the story of the Garden of Eden. This gives the bite taken out of the apple in the logo a whole new meaning. Fittingly, Caviar calls this the “iPhone X Temptation”.
There are four models in total. The first three represent Adam, Eve and the serpent individually. The final fourth model features a painted depiction of the scene. Specifically, it’s a recreation of the Adam and Eve by 16th century painter Lucas Cranach the Elder, painted on leather.
The character models are represented more abstractly. The serpent, naturally, is represented by snake skin leather. For Adam, Caviar selected leather, black onyx and gold coating complete with a scale pattern. Eve is depicted with exotic white leather (available with and without diamonds). In all four models, the Apple logo is made out of gold.
Prices start at $3,940 for the character models, except the Eve model with diamond – that one is $4,810. The Adam and Even one is $3,850. Prices are for a 64GB iPhone X, if you want the 256GB one you’ll have to shell out an extra $240.
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