• Designer cases for smartphones were more expensive iPhone

  • The company Gray International based in Singapore, has released a limited collection of covers for iPhone 7 and 7 Plus. As noted Luxurylaunches, they are more expensive than the phones themselves. Covers released in an edition of 100 copies, they will cost $ 1,000.

    Products made of titanium nitride, a robust material that can withstand high temperatures and does not corrode. Available in a choice of several colors: black, red, blue, orange, yellow and green.

    Apple introduced the iPhone 7 at the annual event in San Francisco in early September. The main feature of the new device was the fact that the smartphone has lost a 3.5 mm headphone Jack.

    iPhone 7 and 7 Plus got rounded housing made of glass and aluminum, as well as a redesigned Home button with pressure detection and Taptic Engine. The price of the gadget starts from 56 990 rubles for the iPhone 7 and 67 990 rubles for the iPhone 7 Plus 32 GB.


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