Apple is expected to unveil the much-awaited iPhone 6S and 6S Plus on September 9. The Cupertino-based company has not officially confirmed anything about the devices or their launch. But German wireless carrier has started accepting reservations for the iPhone 6S. Now Los Angeles-based luxury designer has begun taking pre-orders for the diamond-encrusted iPhone 6S and 6S Plus.
Brikk to give the iPhone 6S a dazzling makeover
Last year, Brikk allowed customers to pre-order the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus complete with precious metals that would impress royalty months before the devices went on sale. Brikk says the software and hardware configurations of the iPhone 6S will remain the same as the standard version, but the outer casing will get a dazzling makeover.
The most affordable Brikk iPhone 6S costs just $7,995. It features two levels of pure 24K yellow gold. But the price tag of the most expensive version, the Diamond Omni, goes up to $199,995. It has 53 carats of diamond sprinkled all over the device. Notably, that price includes plating your phone with 950 platinum, 18-karat pink gold or 24-karat yellow gold diamonds.
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Pay $25k non-refundable deposit to pre-order this iPhone 6S
To pre-order the Lux iPhone 6S Diamond Omni, you will have to shell out $25,000 as the non-refundable deposit, or if you like, you can pay the entire amount in advance. The diamond-studded iPhone units will be shipped to buyers in specially designed Zero Halliburton cases in 4-6 weeks after the phones hit the stores.
Reports and leaks indicate that the iPhone 6S and 6S Plus will have the same design elements as the current flagship iPhones. However, the new phones will feature the Force Touch technology. To avoid the bendgate-like controversy, Apple will use a sturdy Series 7000 aluminum alloy in the iPhone 6S and 6S Plus. Supply chain sources revealed last month that production of the new iPhones is in full swing.
Both the iPhone 6S and its bigger sibling are expected to sport a 12-megapixel main camera with 4K video recording, A9 processor, and 2GB RAM.