A Russian company has released a very unusual iPhone 7, but it’s one that you may want to avoid. The very limited reputation as a company is just the first reason to dodge it… Read on to find out about this controversial iPhone. Trust me, it’s not what you’d expect.
The first reason to avoid this iPhone is that it’s from a Russian company you’ve probably never heard of. If someone said the word “Apple” to you, you’d think of the fruit then the company. “Caviar” is a whole different story, however. Personally, I’d just think of those expensive fish eggs that people eat. Until this iPhone, I’d never heard of the company, and suddenly they’re reinventing the iPhone. Yes, an actual iPhone – not a knockoff.
The second is – well, you thought iPhones were expensive before? Think again; this Caviar version costs $3,000! Why the huge cost? Firstly, because of the art work (we’ll get onto that in a bit), which is controversial to say the least. The second reason is what it’s made from. It’s gold plated. Gold. Plated. I’m not sure why somebody would need a gold plated iPhone that’s worth almost 5 regular versions of the iPhone 7. Yes, you could buy five iPhones, or one snazzy gold one…
Now, this art work I’ve been talking about. I hate to break your heart if you were considering purchasing this piece of technology – or make your heart beat fast, if you were supporting him – but the handset has Trump engraved into the back of it. But that’s not all. No, it’s engraved into gold (obviously), and has his name, the American seal, and Trump’s slogan “MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN” bulging out of the body in a deep emboss. Still considering it? It’s even called “Supremo Trump Changeover” to fuel your rage/support even more.
You can pick up the Caviar Supremo Trump Changeover here – as long as you manage to understand it and live somewhere it’s delivered – I can’t tell you where, as Google Translate couldn’t manage to translate the page. Oops!