NEW DELHI: Russian luxury brand Caviar is known to add bling to Apple products and this time it has gone a step further. The company has replaced the Apple logo on the rear of various iPhones and iPads with a whole Apple tree.
Caviar has introduced new models with an Apple tree made of gold which is set on the background of darkened apple wood.
The most expensive of this new range is the iPad Pro Grand Apple. The company will be making one and it will cost $184,310 (Rs 1,34,35,461) and the customer can decide whether it will be based on iPad Pro 11 (2020) or iPad Pro 12.9 (2020). The Grand Apple will be decorated with 1kg 18 karat gold which will be shaped in the form of an Apple tree.
Along with this, all the devices in this new Apple collection will also consist of quotes from the company’s co-founder Steve Jobs and Apple CEO Tim Cook.
If this is not enough for you, then Caviar will also be decorating the device with 81 natural diamonds with a diameter of 3mm. The diamonds will be placed on the tree to represent the growing apples.
Apart from the iPad collection, Caviar has also launched a Diamond Apple collection for iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max. The iPhones will also have the same gold decoration and will come with nine natural diamonds.
Lastly, Caviar also has a Gold Apple collection for iPhones and iPads. These consist of the gold and apple wood minus the diamonds. The company will only be making 99 of these pieces. They will fall under the price range of $6,000-$8,000 (Rs 59,00000).