iPhone 12 Pro Space Odyssey edition sees price rocket to $6.5k 🚀

These insanely priced iPhone 12 models go up as high as $7,750

iPhone 12 Pro
(Image credit: Caviar)

The iPhone 12 is all set to be revealed next month, with a total of four models to choose from; the 5.4-inch iPhone 12, 6.1-inch iPhone 12 Max and iPhone 12 Pro, and the whopping 6.7-inch iPhone 12 Pro Max. 

Apple is rumoured to be rolling out a new Dark Blue colorway this year for the flagship phone, which is said to start at $699 for the base model, but if you were hoping to pick up the iPhone 12 Pro, estimated to start at $1,049, and wanted it to look a bit more unique than the standard options on offer, then these special editions are just the thing – if you have thousands of dollars to burn.

Russian Luxury brand Caviar wasn't content with simply offering the $5000 Musk Be On Mars iPhone 12 Pro; it's upped the ante with a $6,600 iPhone 12 Pro. 

That particular iPhone is the priciest of three models that fall under the Space Odyssey collection. The Moon edition is the cheapest, coming in at $5,830; the Mars edition jumps to $6,110, and the Mercury edition skyrockets up to $6,600.

Each one allegedly contains a fragment of a meteorite that has trundled to Earth from its namesake, with a titanium back panel peppered with further meteorite pieces. It's a bonkers amount of money to pay for a new iPhone 12 Pro, so the presentation case should help make it easier to swallow.  

iPhone 12 Pro

(Image credit: Caviar )

If you want to get really silly, Caviar also offers the iPhone 12 Pro Max Space Odyssey collection, meaning the most expensive option – the 512GB iPhone 12 Pro Max – is $7,750.

Pre-orders are open now, and why not throw in this 24K gold PS5 for good measure!  

Shabana Arif
Shabana Arif

Shabana is T3's Tech and Gaming News Editor, and has been writing about (and playing) video games for years. Her pile of shame is huge, but only because there are so many games, and so little time; she prefers to think of it as video game tapas, which explains a lot. She loves RPGs and zombie games, and exhaustively researches romance options. For science.