Just in time for the Valentine’s Day, Amosu Couture has festooned the Apple iPhone 4 with Swarovski crystals and a matching rose pink back.
The Amosu Couture Valentine Pink Swarovski iPhone 4 has been decked out with over 500 Swarovski crystallized element stones that adorn its frame.
It is priced at £2,699 ($4,400) and you have the possibility to engrave the back with a love message and choose your favorite color for the crystals.
De Bethune has released the Dream Watch IV, an iPhone 4S case that features a mechanical clock as well as protection for your phone… and your brain!
Clearly inspired by the unique piece made for Only Watch 2011 (below), the pocket watch face is made from blued titanium with gold and diamond stars.
The Dream Watch IV also provides electromagnetic protection for the user by reducing the physiological impact of its potentially damaging waves.
Luxury design company Brikk will launch a series of limited edition luxury iPhone cases, profits from which will benefit those in need around the world.
The limited edition collection revolves around the theme of “Altruistic Precision” and is launched with the Trim series of luxury titanium cases for the iPhone 4.
The luxury cases are available in gold, platinum, ‘black DLC’ and ‘grey stealth’ finishes and cost from $3,000 to $4,500.
Louis Vuitton has released four different cases for the iPhone 4. There is the Damier Azur Canvas, Damier Ebene Canvas, and of course the Monogram canvas cases.
Each one sports an ultra soft microfiber interior, so there is no threat of scratches and is ultra slim so it fits into your pocketbook or pants pocket with ease.
Each Louis Vuitton case retails for $290. It costs almost 50% the cost of iPhone itself but that is the price you pay for style and a luxury brand.
Luxury mobile phone manufacturer Gresso, unveiled its new exclusive project, the iPhone4 Time, “designed specifically for people living in the rhythm of world time”.
The iPhone4 Time Machine houses six independent mechanical Swiss watches behind the smartphone’s case protected by a mineral glass with diamond coating.
The 6 clocks display time zones of the world’s business hubs: Tokyo, Moscow, Paris, London, New York and Hong Kong.
Luxury phone maker Gresso has unveiled the new iPhone 4 Black Diamonds for Lady, in the case of the 200-year-old African Blackwood, combined with black and white diamonds, platinum and 18K rose gold.
The buttons on the panel feature 2-carats worth of black diamonds and an inside frame made of 18-carat rose gold with white diamonds.
The iPhone 4’s back panel has been decked out with black diamonds in 6 carats, in combination with 13 carats of stunning white diamonds.
InterContinental is to become the first chain in the industry to pilot technology that allows guests to open their guestroom with a smartphone.
The group will roll out the technology, designed by OpenWays, to two US Holiday Inn properties, gathering feedback from the first guests to use the system.
Travelers staying at the Holiday Inn & Suites Chicago O’Hare Rosemont and the Holiday Inn Express Houston Downtown will have the option to enroll in the program prior to their check-in date.
Gresso has launched its iPhone 4 casing made of 200-years old African Blackwood, the signature material which they have used for the iPhone 3GS casing as well.
The Gresso iPhone 4 Black Diamond casing has an 18-K gold Apple logo embedded on the backside with an inlaid glittering black diamond.
This luxury case not only makes the device look pretty but also solves the â€˜death gripâ€™ problem that many users are facing, according to Gresso.
Stuart Hughes, the maker of frightfully expensive diamond-encrusted mobile phones and iPads, has come up with an option for those who don’t like diamonds, a tailor-made 24-carat solid gold iPhone 4.
Gresso has created a luxury back cover for the iPhone 4 that is made of 200 year old African Blackwood along with 18K gold detailing.
The back cover aims to make your iPhone 4 look a little different although it isn’t clear if the wood used is a replacement or cover for the current glass used.
Two versions are being created. The first is for women and contains an Apple logo in 18K gold along with Swarovski crystals. This version costs $3500.
Apple said Wednesday on the eve of the launch of the new iPhone that the white model would not be available for a month.
Apple said the white version of the iPhone 4, which also comes in black, was being delayed because of unspecified manufacturing difficulties.
White and black model iPhones had been scheduled to go on sale in stores in Britain, France, Germany, Japan and the United States on Thursday and Apple fans are already queuing up to buy the latest generation of the popular device.
Apple unveiled a next-generation iPhone on Monday that features video chat, can shoot and edit high-definition quality video and has a crisper resolution screen.
“We are going to take the biggest leap since the original iPhone,” Apple chief executive Steve Jobs said as he showed off the “iPhone 4” at Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference here.
The iPhone 4 will go on sale on June 24 in Britain, France, Germany, Japan and the United States and will cost 199 dollars for the 16 gigabyte model and 299 dollars for the 32GB version.
The touchscreen smartphone, which comes in black and white versions, will be available in 18 other countries in July and 24 more in August.