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A Rare Black & White Diamond Encrusted iPhone Worth £10 Million

The world’s most expensive iPhone made in 24-carat yellow gold and set with white and rare black diamond has been created by a niche gadget designer. Apparently the rare black and white diamonds encrusted on the phone and the 24-carat gold cost a huge £9million - even the famous Apple logo is encrusted with 53 sparkling jewels. The designer, who is known as 43-year-old Mr Hughes from Liverpool was approached by a mysterious businessman from Hong Kong to create this extravagant, unique phone case. The phone is set with 600 white diamonds and the glass screen is made with Sapphires and contains 135 grams of 24-carat gold. However the big feature on this is the rare 26 carat black diamond which has now formed the centre piece of the £10million iPhone. The rare black diamond encrusted phone breaks the previous record for the most expensive iPhone, which was also designed by Mr Hughes in 2009, selling for £1.92million.