FOR THE 1%
DIAMOND ROSEIPHONE 4 ($8 MILLION) ANDIPAD 2: GOLD HISTORY EDITION | $8.1 MILLION | STUARTHUGHES.COM | Steve Jobs was lauded for his keen eye for sleek and intuitive design, his obsessive attention to the tiniest aesthetic detail. So one has to assume he'd be aghast to see his proudest inventions decked out in such ridiculous frippery. Created by Liverpool-based purveyor of "exclusive elite gadgets" Stuart Hughes, these vanity projects push the extravagance envelope. The iPhone 4 is framed in rose gold, with 500 diamonds. The "home" button is platinum, centered with a rose diamond. The iPad 2, meanwhile, takes things even further - much further. It's got gold and diamonds galore, sure. It's also bedecked with shards and shavings of 65-million-year-old Tyrannosaurus Rex thigh bone. As these things sometimes are.