harlekkin, 20 Feb 2015Depends on your country. Maybe in India the "rich and famous" buy iPhones. In Austra... moreWhy India? I'm in Europe and people buy iPhones to show off. Even if it means having the same phone as everyone else, they still think they are "special"...
Anonymous, 20 Feb 2015Price isnt too bad actually. If you can afford it, why not?Because it's a bad investment. Specs age fast (which means having to buy a new phone in 12 months) and all you have is a golden phone case which loses its value fast. Buy a limited edition signature guitar, and if you keep it in good condition, the value will go up.
ZombieCurry, 20 Feb 2015I have already ordered 1 , will be delivered within a week. CheersCongrats on that ZC! Btw what u gonna do when ip 7. is launched and your gold ip6 is outdated? :p
The people who paid £2.3M for the earlier version must be kicking themselves.
Anonymous, 19 Feb 2015Narcissistic at its finest... no, narcissism at it's finest would be a solid gold version of an individual's face rendered in 24k gold turned into a phone. And some strange headcase would buy it, inevitably.
Too ba it only produce Apple iphone 6 in 24k gold.
If it produces Samsung Galaxy Note 4 or Note Edge, I'll probably buy a few or dozens for my family, relatives and business partners.
I have already ordered 1 , will be delivered within a week. Cheers
Hey Mr. Tim,
Listen. Every year during Chinese new year, Apple should offer custom engraving for animal of the year such AD goat for the iPad and iPhone with FOC if order online.
epdm, 20 Feb 2015"...If you go for the Year of the Goat Limited Edition though you're obviously not paying... morewell if that's the case then almost all people switching from andriod to IOS is showing off?
it not for show off child its the service and experience , worth the money
Not many people will buy it. as apple logo is not that visible, Thanks to plating.
epdm, 20 Feb 2015"...If you go for the Year of the Goat Limited Edition though you're obviously not paying... moreDepends on your country. Maybe in India the "rich and famous" buy iPhones. In Australia, Hong Kong, the U.S., etc, everyone's got an iPhone - nothing to do with status or trying to show off.