New Delhi, October 31: Caviar, known for custom-made luxury iPhones and accessories, has created the iPhone 14 Pro with an expensive Rolex Daytona watch on the back that costs a whopping $133,670 (over Rs. 1.1 crore).
There are only three such limited models of the iPhone 14 pro, which carry a gold Rolex Daytona watch on the back. The watch is fully functional with 18k gold dash dials and switches for display only. Apple’s iPhone revenue rose 10% to $42.6 billion globally, with the Indian market seeing a sharp rise in iPhone 14 sales.
Daytona is dedicated to racing and was designed for professional drivers. The first ambassador of the collection was the race car driver Malcolm Campbell, the author of world speed records. Caviar said that this time the target was the impressive iPhone 14 Pro with a Rolex watch built into the case.
Video of personalized Apple iPhone 14 Pro:
“The gold Rolex Daytona is a work of art in itself. And now it is combined with the latest Apple smartphone, which is perhaps the most relevant invention of mankind at the moment – a truly monumental work,” the company reports on its website.
The phone’s body is inspired by 1930s racing cars like Campbell’s Blue Bird, which set the world speed record at Daytona. Decorative speedometers and switches in gold create the appearance of a supercar dashboard that started the great collection of Rolex Daytona watches. Apple iPhone 15 Series will have a USB-C charging port, four models with major differences in specifications, a report reveals.
The Rolex Daytona on the back of the iPhone 14 Pro comes with a perpetual movement, mechanical chronograph, automatic winding, and winding crown. Decorative dials on the instrument panel consist of speedometer, oil and fuel gauges, and the clock is painted with jeweler’s enamel.
“The switches are functional, but only for decorative purposes,” Caviar said. The multi-layered case body is made of titanium with a black PVD coating, which Rolex uses to create black dials, cases and bracelets.
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