A normal iPad 2 has an anodized aluminum back with scratch resistant glass on the front. This iPad, however, has a back forged from 24 karat solid gold weighing 2000g. And the Apple logo on the back is studded with 53 12.5 karat flawless diamonds.
But it doesn’t end there. The frame around the display is made from Ammolite, an extremely rare and valuable gemstone, said to be 75 million years old. If that’s not special enough for you, the Ammolite frame even has shavings of a 65 million year-old Tyrannosaurus Rex’s thigh bone. And lastly, the lowly plastic Home button has been replaced with a single cut 8.5 karat flawless diamond inlaid in a platinum surround with 12 outer flawless diamonds.
How much does all this madness cost? £5,000,000.
Still doesn’t support Flash, though.