Make iPhone Great Again With This $3000 Gold-Plated Donald Trump iPhone 7

Company that created Putin iPhone is back with a $3000 gold-plated Donald Trump iPhone 7 that it intends to gift to the man himself.

Just when you didn’t think that the election for the President of the United States could get any more strange, President-elect Donald Trump has managed to grab our attention once more with something straight out of left field after a smartphone customizer announced an iPhone 7 dedicated to the man himself. And yes, as mentioned earlier, this is the same company that created a similar monstrosity for Russian chief Vladimir Putin.


The company, Caviar, has added the new phone to its Supremo collection, which, amazingly, celebrates “great men.” Moving on from that swiftly, it’s worth just taking a moment to gaze upon the phone itself. It is, after all, quite the work of art, even if a little gaudy.

The smartphone used as a base for the design is an iPhone 7, which has been fitted with a gold back panel consisting of an engraved portrait of Trump along with his campaign slogan “Make America Great Again.” Just to drive the point home, the rear of the phone also boasts the coat of arms of the United States.

The phone, if you fancy picking one up for your collection, costs around $3,082 (197,000 rubles). A bargain, we’re sure you’ll agree. Here’s a more closer look at it:

Donald Trump iPhone 7

The Russian-Italian firm behind it, Caviar, first came across our radar after creating a similar phone in celebration of Putin who, according to the company, “has become a symbol of the new generation, strong-willed and a decisive leader.” Well, to each their own. Who are we to argue?


The aforementioned gold Vladimir Putin iPhone 5s, which sported a $4,360 price tag

Caviar apparently wants Trump himself to have the gold-plated iPhone 7 with his face on it. While we wait for the phone to make its way to President-elect Donald Trump, would you care to venture a guess as to whose face Caviar might put on the back of the next iPhone?

(Source: Lenta [Google Translate])

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