The iPhone 12 sports a simplistic design, which makes it the perfect candidate for over-the-top, insanely expensive special editions, and this Biden vs Trump number is up there with the best of them.
The smartphone has been kitted out in the stars and stripes, and bears the likenesses of President Trump and President-elect Joe Biden in an hourglass on the rear. It really is a bizarre sight to behold and you only have to fork over between $10k and $20k to snag one of the limited pieces for yourself.
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Russian luxury brand Caviar (opens in new tab) is back at it again, adding to its growing library of ludicrously expensive iPhones that include the likes of the SpaceX Edition, Space Odyssey Edition, Warrior Edition, and the Apple 1 Edition for those looking for a nostalgia hit.
The Sands of Time Edition is available for the iPhone 12 Pro and Pro Max. The Titanium and gold variant (opens in new tab) features the US flag, and bas-reliefs of both Trump and Biden with gold 'sand' mimicking an hourglass for the Sands of Time theme. It starts at $14,900 (£11,227/ AU$20,385) for the 128GB iPhone 12 Pro, and shoots all the way up to $19,050 (£13,354/ AU$26,062) for the 512GB iPhone 12 Pro Max.
If the gold colorway is a little much, there's the slightly more subdued silver color option (opens in new tab), also comprised of titanium, with titanium 'sand' running through the hourglass portion. This version is a little easier on the wallet, coming in at $7,370 for the 128 GB iPhone 12 Pro (£5,553/ AU$10,083) and going up to $11,520 for the 512GB iPhone 12 Pro Max (£8,680/ AU$15,760).
There are only 46 pieces of each available, and while we can't imagine the audience this is aiming for, given the stark contrast between voter bases, if there are 90 people out there who want to have both men etched onto their iPhone and pay thousands of pounds for the privilege, then we hope they find their way to Caviar's website.
Source: LetsGoDigital (opens in new tab)