As has just become known from the revealed official prices, among the latest bunch of Apple iPads 2 going for sums around £400-600 there is a real gem of an iPad shining with 53 individual precious stones – and carrying a price tag of a stunning £5 million!
The luxurious gadget is a creation of the unstinting jeweler Stuart Hughes who used 24ct gold for the back with the Apple logo laid out in gems. But it is the front that really stands out, being not the customary black or white, but crafted from Ammolite, 75 million-year-old rock with the fierce tyrannosaurus’ thigh bone for the special touch of the pristine times. It is crowned with a diamond home button.
Lesser iPad 2 joys include a £12,531-worth basic 8GB thing that is wi-fi only and a £7,587-worth 64GB 3G version.
Other wi-fi items that will put you back much less are a 16GB iPad (£399.00), 32GB (£479.00) and 64GB (£559.00). If you wish 3G thrown in, your versions will be priced 16GB – £499.00, 32GB – £579.00, 64GB – £659.00.
The iPad 2 will hit the shops on Friday.
Source of the image: The-ipad-site.