Whether you think bespoke luxury gadgets are true indicators of accomplishment or simply tacky, the truth is, someone would have fashioned Apple’s iPhone 4 out of gold and diamonds sooner or later. And for the sooner, UK luxury bespoke gadget maker, Stuart Hughes, have already rendered the new iPhone 4 in 24ct gold. Why wait for the white one and tap your feet impatiently on Apple’s indecisive release dates? Provided if you have approximately 30 grand to spare, these can be yours soon. Also, if you are interested, there is also a diamond encrusted version.
I thought Stuart Hughes was a kind of tacky site for supposedly being the ultimate luxury goods designer. After doing some more shopping I came across other places that not only sell the same things, they actually MAKE those things. One site, www.computer-choppers.com had a lengthy and serious run-in with Stuart Hughes and his twin site GoldStrikers.com when they found SH stealing their photos and advertising as if they were the manufacturers. There's more to it, in detail here: http://computer-choppers.com/stuart_hughes_fraud.html Bespoke is a reference to highly custom made products. This iPhone is available at Harrod's for ₤6000, as many as you want. Seems Stuart Hughes is a rather shady operation, aside from the rather amateur and tacky website with only low resolution photos. Why are you helping him advertise?