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These limited edition custom iPhone 12 Pros pay a homage to Steve Jobs

Caviar has unveiled the iconic iPhone 4-inspired iPhone 12 Pros and a iPhone 12 Pro Max and also a limited edition of Steve Jobs’ favourite sneakers.

The design on these devices is inspired by the iPhone 4 but the device itself is beefed up with the tech you get in the recently launched iPhone 12 series.
The design on these devices is inspired by the iPhone 4 but the device itself is beefed up with the tech you get in the recently launched iPhone 12 series. (GSMArena)

Steve Jobs had overseen the design of some of Apple’s most iconic devices including the iPhone 4. And was known for his famous, understated style that included the custom, iconic black turtleneck, jeans and sneakers.

Steve Jobs had overseen the design of some of Apple’s most iconic devices including the iPhone 4. And was known for his famous, understated style that included the custom, iconic black turtleneck, jeans and sneakers.

Paying a homage to the icon, Caviar has unveiled custom iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max devices that are inspired by the iPhone 4. Known for their premium custom designs for various gadgets, the iPhone 12 Pro Jobs 4 (and the iPhone 12 Pro max version) will take you back to the design language millions loved.

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The Apple logo on the back of the device also houses a small piece of Jobs’ black turtleneck.
The Apple logo on the back of the device also houses a small piece of Jobs’ black turtleneck. (GSMArena)

The design on these devices is inspired by the iPhone 4 but the device itself is beefed up with the tech you get in the recently launched iPhone 12 series. The Apple logo on the back of the device also houses a small piece of Jobs’ black turtleneck.

There is a gold edition of the device too that’s made of 18K gold and is mounted on a back that is made of black titanium.

Of course, as one would expect, none of this is cheap. The gold version costs just under $9,000 ( <span class='webrupee'>₹</span>6,62,418 approx)
Of course, as one would expect, none of this is cheap. The gold version costs just under $9,000 ( 6,62,418 approx) (GSMArena)

Of course, as one would expect, none of this is cheap. The gold version costs just under $9,000 ( 6,62,418 approx). The cheapest version of the custom devices is the Jobs 4 Black which is also made of titanium, including the Apple logo, and starts at $6,500 ( 4,78,413 approx). Then there is a white version that is made of G-10 and the Apple Logo on the back is made of 925 sterling silver. The white version costs a little more than $7,000 ( 5,15,214 approx).

Only 10 pieces of each of these devices are going to be made. 
Only 10 pieces of each of these devices are going to be made.  (GSMArena)

There is another Steve Jobs 1st version that is made of an all-titanium back panel with a lower part that is blacked to create a dual-tone finish that resembles the original iPhone. This version too costs around $7,000.

This version is a throwback to the original iPhone. 
This version is a throwback to the original iPhone.  (GSMArena)

If you have a few thousand dollars lying around and want to buy one of these limited edition devices, we must tell you that only 10 units of each of these devices are going to be made.

And that’s not all, Caviar is also selling 30 pairs of custom New Balance 991 sneakers that have a piece of Jobs’ turtleneck and a titanium plate with the iconic ‘Think Different’ slogan on it. These kicks are for $1,830 a pair ( 1,34,691 approx).

New Balance sneakers were Jobs' favourites. 
New Balance sneakers were Jobs' favourites.  (GSMArena)

The New Balance sneakers were Jobs’ favourites and legend has it that the design Jobs wore was based on a sketch he sent to Jim Davis, the chairman of New Balance, according to GSMArena.

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