This Titanium iPhone 11 Pro Pairs Perfectly With Tesla’s Cybertruck

Feb 5, 2020

Category: Tech

It is not often that a product is unveiled that sets a tone for the modern design language, and last year’s announcement of the Tesla Cybertruck did just that. Jumping on the bandwagon of sharp geometric lines is a trend that we are likely to see much more of in upcoming releases, and Caviar’s Cyberphone iPhone 11 Pro is the perfect example of applying this aesthetic to tech we are already familiar with.

Available on iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max platforms, the Cyberphone is built with a PVD-coated titanium body that provides a superior level of protection for the device all-around, and completely covers the screen when closed. When the screen cover is flipped open the articulating body folds back to provide an ultra-clean kickstand, allowing the phone to rest upright for watching movies or making video calls. With only 99 units being produced, this might be one product that is harder to get your hands on than the Cybertruck.

Purchase: $2500+

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