iPhone 3G “Kings Button” priced at $3 million

article-0-02f833ac000005dc-331_468x336Got some spare change hangin’ around? If you do here is a nifty way to spend it – A new customized Apple iPhone 3G has hit the market called “Kings Button”.

This gem is designed by Austrian jeweller Peter Aloisson and is valued at a shabby £1,636,000, or converted into Canadian funds: $2,970,583… but when you get to those dollar levels you just simply round up.

The “Kings Button” is made of solid 18 carat yellow gold, white gold and rose gold that lines the phone, has a total of 138 brilliant cut diamonds and a massive 6.6 carat diamond that acts as the home key.

This is currently the most expensive iPhone on the market. For us common folk, the iPhone is available through Rogers and Fido from $199.