iPhone 5; the biggest thing to happen to iPhone since iPhone comes with a thinner and lighter design. Blending beauty with versatility, the much-hyped and recently introduced iPhone 5 has now set the world buzzing with anticipation of the sale date. Everybody just wants to grab one to be an exclusive ‘cool-one’ owner. But, the predictions that giant Apple will sell an estimated of 48.2 million iPhone 5 units by end of December, makes it apparent that one cool owner will be one among other millions. Now, for the discerning purchaser and individual who appreciates the finer things in life and wishes to stay class-apart, New York-based The Natural Sapphire Company which specializes in natural untreated sapphires, has introduced the world's most expensive $100,000 iPhone 5 case. Besides, we have also recently seen the CalypsoCrystal’s limited edition iPhone 5 case by Lara Bohinc which boasts ultimate style and fashion.
Designed to make your excitement for iPhone 5 last forever, this made in America iPhone 5 case comes featured with natural sapphires and rubies. The case has been exquisitely crafted of 18kt white gold and set with a total of 2,830 natural blue Ceylon sapphires, totaling 169.8 carats. Further, the most recognizable and iconic Apple logo is set with 38 exceptionally colored natural rubies which totals 2.28 carats, and the Apple’s leaf comes in a single marquise cut natural green sapphire.
The Natural Sapphire Company, which is known to have the world’s largest collection of natural, untreated loose sapphires, also offers personalization of the iPhone 5 case to make it an extension of your own personality and creativity. The company offers pink, platinum and yellow sapphires as some of the other colorful options to decorate your personal iPhone 5 case.
Wood iPhone 5 cases
Also, there are the world’s first real wood cases for iPhone 5 which are finished in a revolutionary high-gloss scratch resistant finish. These strong and almost unbreakable made in USA $90 iPhone 5 wood cases comes crafted in cherry/walnut burl, walnut/ebony, figured mahogany, bubinga burl and many others.