We’ve seen some really expensive pimped up Apple products before, some have been made with solid gold and others with diamonds. Today we’ve seen a new case by Brikk called “Trim”, which is designed for the iPhone 4 and is also being tabbed for iPhone 5.
This is pretty strange considering what we know about the upcoming iPhone 5, which is getting a release date some point in October. This has been confirmed by too many leaks for denial, and this includes cases already appearing in AT&T stores. The strange point we want to make is the shape of the new iPhone 5 cases making the rounds are round on the edges, just like Apple’s second-generation iPad. We’re almost certain the new iPhone will get this design change, and with this in mind you shouldn’t be tagging a new case 5th generation friendly if it has the old iPhone 4 design.
Brikk are offering a guarantee to give customers some reassurance, and they state if the “iPhone 5 is released by 31 December 2011”; you’ll get a “no charge trade-in”. Obviously we wouldn’t expect anything less considering the cost of $3,000 to $4,500 for the space grade titanium Trim iPhone 5 case.
You can see a video below this article that gives you a little taste of what to expect, and an image showing all the features on this page. Although it’s pretty clear that this is for the iPhone 4, and we expect Brikk to already be on the case for a new design.
Could you really part with that kind of money for an iPhone case, although I guess if you can spare that kind of money then this would be a silly question? The official website can be found at Brikk.com, and their Facebook page is here.
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