Are you excited to buy the latest Apple iPhone 12? As of now, we still need to wait for at least a month to purchase one. However, an online gadget store, Caviar, is now heading for its pre-order to give you a special edition iPhone 12 Pro.
Want to go to space?
Every one of us may have dreamed of traveling to space or seeing a different planet. After all, only professionals from space agencies like NASA get to achieve this dream. But now, an iPhone 12 Pro model could actually make you feel like in space.
A popular online gadget store named Caviar offers a limited version of redesigned gadgets, like the upcoming iPhone 12 Pro.
Of course, the iPhone 12 Pro is not really out yet. According to rumors, we may have seen its release date in October. But for Caviar, as early as now, the device's redesigned versions are now available for pre-order.
Here are some of the best iPhone models we see on the website:
As you can see from the images above, those Caviar-iPhone 12 Pro models have a special touch of space vibe in each of its designs.
Under the label 'Space Odyssey,' each design, namely Space Odyssey Mars, Space Odyssey Moon, and Space Odyssey Mercury, has tiny meteorite pieces from each planet embedded in the back of the phone.
We don't know how this is possible, but if it is, the phone will be worth every dollar.
The cheapest of the Caviar iPhone 12 model start price at $5,380 (Moon model). Meanwhile, $6,110 for the Mars model, and more expensive for the Mercury model at $6,600. These prices are good for the 128GB iPhone 12 Pro.
If you want the 512GB storage, you'll spend up to $7,750.
If you're interested in buying one, you'd better hurry up since there are only 19 copies of the phone model.
'Musk be on Mars'
The SpaceX-themed iPhone 12 opens pre-order for on a base price of $4,990 for a 128GB iPhone 12 Pro. It's Pro Max variant, however, cost a little more expensive with $5,450 for all 128GB, 256GB, and 512GB editions.
Just like the Space Odyssey, this model also has a real-life piece of the Dragon capsule-- used at the recent all-American first space launch-- pinned at the back of the design. The phone model also has an imprinted signature of Elon Musk himself, and has a phrase saying, 'Musk be on Mars.'
Isn't that interesting?
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Written by Jamie Pancho