15 million dollar iPhone made with 26-carat black diamond, solid gold, 600 flawless white diamonds

Commissioned by Hong Kong business man 'Joe'

This specially commissioned iPhone covered with gold and diamonds is valued at $15 million.

A Hong Kong business man identified only as "Joe" commissioned craftsman Stuart Hughes of Liverpool, according to Phones Review.

A rare 26 carat black diamond worth $14.5 million is used for the 'Home' button. And, according to Hughes' website, this iPhone includes a full solid gold dressing, 600 flawless white diamonds,  53 of which make up the Apple logo on the back.

Other elements of the iPhone 5 Black Diamond include the use of Sapphire Glass, even stronger than Corning Gorilla Glass 2 and in total 135g of 24 carat gold was used, according to CNN.

Hughes took around 9 weeks to hand make this luxury edition iPhone, CNN reported.

One of the most recent was the Solid Gold iPhone 5 Edition that comes in at $33,000 and the iPad 2 Gold History Edition with a genuine 65-million year old piece of T-Rex bone at a cool $7.5 million.