These Custom iPhone X Models Made From Marble, Alligator Leather, or Sapphire Glass Cost Up to $10,000

Hadoro, a Parisian company that specializes in high-priced upscale iPhone cases, custom iPhones, and Apple Watch bands, today released a new lineup of custom iPhone X models made from a range of luxury materials including wood, sapphire glass, carbon fiber, marble, and alligator leather set in anodized stainless steel frames.

It's not cheap to replace the entire casing of an iPhone with a new shell crafted from expensive, rare materials, so these iPhones, priced at 4,500 to 8,900 euros ($5,250 - $10,400) are not designed for the average Apple customer.


The most expensive of the devices replace the glass body of the iPhone X with a gold-plated frame covered in alligator leather complete with a diamond Apple logo, while some of the more affordable options are made from anodized, gold plated stainless steel covered with Karelian birch, sourced from a small forest in Finland.


Several other iPhones feature back panels made from durable, scratch proof sapphire glass, which as we know, Apple at one point explored as a material for the iPhone. The Moire Gold iPhone X, for example, features sapphire glass with a silkscreen printed moiré design nestled in a frame made from black anodized stainless steel and carbon fiber.

The craziest of Hadoro's iPhone X models is a carbon fiber model that has a 3D image of a skeleton with glowing eye sockets. The eyes of the skeleton light up whenever the iPhone is turned on, and the color can be customized in the device settings.


All of these modified iPhones start out as the 256GB iPhone X and then have the housing, buttons, and Apple logo replaced with new materials. In many cases, the logos on these devices light up thanks to the modifications put in place. Core functionality remains intact, but for devices where the glass has been replaced by other materials, wireless charging is likely to be affected.


The aforementioned light up Apple logos glow whenever the iPhone is turned on or when an incoming call or text message is received, and the settings can be tweaked on the phone itself.

Replacing the casing of the iPhone naturally voids the standard Apple warranty, but people able to shell out thousands of dollars for a fancy iPhone aren't likely too concerned about that. Hadoro does, however, include a one-year warranty with purchase.

If you have $5,000+ earmarked for a new iPhone, you can check out Hadoro's full custom iPhone X collection on its website.

There's been a market for insanely priced custom iPhone models for years now, and Hadoro isn't the only one selling crazy custom devices. Caviar, another manufacturer known for creating iPhones from custom materials, recently debuted the iPhone X Tesla, an iPhone inspired by Tesla vehicles that is able to charge using solar power.


The iPhone X Tesla is is priced at just over $4,600, and for that price, you get the aforementioned solar charger with shock resistant panel and a custom carbon fiber frame. Caviar also has a range of other custom iPhone X models for those seeking the most ostentatious designs available.


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21 weeks ago
They look cheap.
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21 weeks ago
And they all look like **** lmao!
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21 weeks ago
A disgusting display of conspicuous consumption in a world so full of opportunities to alleviate poverty and hunger. Shame on Macrumors.
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21 weeks ago
If I had $10,000 to throw away on one of these things...I would just go caseless, and buy a new iPhone if I damaged it. :eek: It’s actually a shame to put a case on the iPhone X. Unfortunately, it’s necessary. :cool:
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21 weeks ago
Lol these look like tacky 2,99€ cases from AliExpress
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21 weeks ago

A disgusting display of conspicuous consumption in a world so full of opportunities to alleviate poverty and hunger. Shame on Macrumors.


I agree. But why shame MR???? They’re an Apple centric website not a humanitarian one.
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21 weeks ago


Pretty much this.
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21 weeks ago
Money can't buy class... that's for sure
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21 weeks ago
I’d pay that much if it was made of vibranium. MAYBE unobtanium.
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21 weeks ago
There’s some things money can’t buy. Class!
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