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Monday, October 24, 2016

Muscovite sells the iPhone in a million: the rarity of jobs, like a Cadillac Elvis

Rare IPhone 2G in 2007 worth more than a million rubles was put up for sale an enterprising resident of the capital. A man placed an ad on one of the most visited Internet resources of Russia.

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As it became known “MK”, the first information about the phone appeared in the month of April. At that time, the 30-year-old Muscovite asked for this device exactly one million rubles. Not prshlo six months, as the price for the miracle of technology that time has increased by almost a quarter. These are quite a lot of money to a potential buyer offered a “collectible” camera in full manufacturer’s completeness and with original protective films. The memory of the gadget is eight gigabytes.

For lovers of high-tech this phone as the “Cadillac” of Elvis Presley’s release of the fifty-second year, which he gave to his mother, – told “MK” Nicholas Krapotkin, a specialist in the field of communication and communication. For such people, such a thing has a sacred meaning, because this creature had a hand in Steve jobs. In my opinion, sooner or later, the device will find a buyer even at this price. Moreover, it may yet grow.

By the way, the most expensive phone in the world just released by Apple. Its cost exceeds the sum of $ 8 million. For the money the owner the Australian football team got the product that took 500 diamonds weighing 100 carats. Its body is made of pink gold, and in the production of a logo of a bitten Apple designer used 50 diamonds of the highest quality. For the most expensive phone was made hard case is made of granite Kashmir gold. Inside it is decorated with expensive leather, and it weighs about 7 pounds. The price of the case is included in the cost of the device.


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