What Makes This Limited Edition iPhone 11 Pro Cost Rs 4.8 Lakh?

Dhir Acharya - Nov 29, 2019


What Makes This Limited Edition iPhone 11 Pro Cost Rs 4.8 Lakh?

If you are thinking this limited edition iPhone 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max have some kind of special features, they don't. So what makes them so expensive?

For months, the iPhone 11 lineup made headlines even before its official launch events. The new models have not only the most advanced camera setup of the current offerings, but they also offer greater battery lives.

But if you think that the design of the iPhone 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max is too basic, you may want to take a look at the limited edition of the 11 Pro that comes with an eye-watering price tag of $6,700 (roughly Rs 4.8 lakh).

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Caviar, a Russian luxury brand, is the one behind this premium product. The special edition was created for commemorating Steve Jobs as well as his contribution to this world. Basically, it’s the iPhone 11 Pro but comes with major changes in terms of aesthetics, which include a black panel made of titanium along with a bottom in black. These features are similar to those on the original iPhone introduced more than ten years ago.

In addition, there is a signature of Steve Jobs engraved on the black bottom. But the Apple logo, which is placed on the rear like a regular iPhone, is the most fascinating thing here.

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Inside the translucent panel is a black, tiny square. It’s a piece of fabric that’s cut out from a turtleneck shirt that Steve Jobs used to wear. If you’re a fan of Apple, of the firm’s co-founder, or just a collector, you would love this detail about the device.

Besides, this limited edition doesn’t have a camera bump on its back like the original model. Instead, it comes with a titanium panel that gives the phone an overall more flushed look. Caviar made just 99 of this edition, each of which carries a unique number that’s engraved on its edges.

In terms of the 11 Pro, the 64GB variant costs roughly Rs 4.8 lakh, the 256GB variant costs about Rs 5 lakh, and the 512GB variant costs around Rs 5.3 lakh. Meanwhile, the limited 11 Pro Max is priced at Rs 5.12 lakh for 64GB, Rs 5.35 lakh for 256GB, and Rs 5.63 lakh for 512GB.

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