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Fun on Friday: Golden Music for Your Ears

schiffgold.com / BY SCHIFFGOLD /  

Apple recently announced its new iPhone 10 to much hoopla. It will feature a retina display, increased storage and RAM, and enhanced facial recognition (which is either real cool or incredibly creepy, depending on your point of view.)

Of course, this will all come with a pretty hefty price tag of around $1,000. A lot of people were taken aback by the cost of the new Apple gadget. On the other hand, there are apparently at least a few people out there who think that isn’t nearly enough. I mean, who wants a plain old, boring $1,000 iPhone 10 when, for a mere $69,995, you can walk around with the solid gold Lux iPhone X Ingot pressed against your ear?

The description touts the phone as “a very rare specimen.” Specimen seems like an odd word to use. It makes me think of something growing in a petri dish. But then again, what do I know about marketing $70,000 phones? Anyway, it features 250 grams of 22 carat gold with a mirror polished back surface. Customization is encouraged.

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