|By PR Newswire||
|August 13, 2014 08:00 PM EDT||
LONDON, August 14, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --
Goldgenie, a London-based luxury gift and specialist gold plating company, were the first to embellish the iPhone 3 in 24ct gold when Apple first launched the groundbreaking device in 2007. Having built a large international following amongst luxury connoisseurs and celebrities for their customisation and craftsmanship, Goldgenie know from experience that when a new iPhone launches, demand for their luxury customised 24ct Gold iPhones outstrips supply.
Due to Goldgenie's established special relationships with premium Apple resellers, a limited number of iPhone 6 smartphones have been reserved for Goldgenie's pre-ordering clients, available for customisation immediately after Apple's release date. Goldgenie are now taking pre-orders online and over the phone to ensure their customers receive their luxury customised iPhone 6 smartphones soon after Apple's launch.
Due to high demand, it would be wise to place an order now, not only to avoid disappointment; Goldgenie are also making an enticing exclusive offer to early-bird customers who pre-order the iPhone 6 - a guarantee that for them, it will remain the same price as their current customised iPhone 5s range, irrespective of how much the price of the phone increases by. They are also including a lifetime warranty on both the customisation and device itself, guaranteeing complete satisfaction.
Goldgenie are also guaranteeing availability of the new customised iPhone 6 at the existing 24ct Gold iPhone 5s range, so prices start at £2,197.50 or $3,700 to customers who place a 50% deposit before the launch. The balance will be due at the time of Apple's release and Goldgenie will work hard to deliver their exquisite customised versions soon after. The iPhone will be available in Goldgenie's classic 24ct Gold, Rose Gold and Platinum Elite editions and a specific limited collection designed for the Gulf region, celebrating their contribution to global commerce and business development, which will also be available for pre-order today. Each iPhone will also come complete with its own Luxury Cherry Oak presentation Box. Goldgenie had over 1,436 luxury customised iPhone 5s orders within the first 3 months of Apple's launch and are now preparing to ensure clients who pre-order are the first to receive their luxury iPhone 6 soon after it becomes available.
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