What Christmas present do you get the CIO who already has everything?
Well, if you have a spare £39,995, it could be the new luxury Apple iPhone 4 with an embedded Tyrannosaurus Rex tooth.
Stuart Hughes, the luxury electronics designer who recently revealed the most expensive phone in the world, the £5 million diamond-encrusted iPhone, has now created an iPhone 4 with a rear panel made from a 65 million-year-old T-Rex tooth and a meteoric stone.
This is on top of a bezel made out of 8.5ct diamonds, and an Apple logo in platinum and diamond.
Only 10 of these phones will be produced, but if you miss out on getting one, a luxury gold iPad may be another option.
Hughes has also designed four versions of the iPad, which includes a solid 24ct gold, 3G 64GB version costing £109,995, and a pure platinum and diamond edition costing £299,995.
The enterprise appears to be embracing the iPad – but a Stuart Hughes-designed device may be one you leave off the business expenses.
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