by Joe White
April 21, 2013
If you have a spare $15 million, this gold- and diamond-encrusted iPhone 5 could be yours. The handset, which is inlaid with 600 flawless white diamonds and includes a gold-plated antenna and back panel, was crafted by the Liverpool, England-based Stuart Hughes. In addition to the iPhone's impressive gold and diamond encrusting, the handset's Home button has also been replaced with a rare 26 carat black diamond, which itself is worth a huge $14.5 million. [gallery] Previous "iDevice bling" has included a $2.5 million gold-encrusted iPhone 3G, and a gold-plated $8 million iPad 2. The above iPhone 5, however, seems to take the cake in terms of both cost and design. For more information on Stuart Hughes' iPhone, head over to the company's website.