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Is the iPhone 12 Real Gold?

The 24k Gold iPhone 12 Pro & Pro Max

The real joy is the iPhone 12 design. After months of what seemed to be unending speculation from eager consumers, Apple finally released the iPhone 12, and the phone’s beauty knows no bound. The design team went all out to get that delivered, making me curious about how much more beautiful and sleek iPhones can get.

Asides from the beautiful body and the sleekness, another joy factor of the iPhone 12 are the colour releases, especially the gold – at least for me. The gold colour has always been popular in making smartphones because of how beautiful and classy it looks. Still, Apple has always been at the frontline of the best use of the gold colour, which will bring us to the question of the originality of the gold.

The gold in your iPhone

Not many people are aware, but every smartphone user is a holder of precious jewels. Did you know that your smartphone contains actual gold?  It does, but not in large quantities. Gold is primarily used for wiring the inside of chips due to its excellent conductivity and malleability properties. It allows it to conduct signals very effectively across the fragile chip wiring. Also, gold is not the only precious metal that can be found inside smartphones – you will find silver and platinum in smartphones, along with several rare and almost impossible-to-obtain metals.

Upon this discovery, you will look at your phone differently and wonder why it’s not more expensive. That’s because there is not a whole lot of gold, silver, and platinum in it. It is estimated that an iPhone contains about 0.0012 ounces of gold, 0.012 ounces of silver, and 0.000012 ounces of platinum. These are worth $1.52, $0.24, and $0.017, respectively, not a staggering sum of money, but you’ll be amazed to know that a ton of iPhones would yield more gold than a ton of gold ore. This is why recycling smartphones that aren’t in use anymore makes a lot more sense.

More gold to your iPhone 12?

Gold iPhone 12 Pro and Max range

Gold is never too much. It falls within the list of the most viable ways to invest. It increases significantly in value over time and will earn you more money.  Gold bars are not mobile. It is just ridiculous to go around lugging and heaving gold bars all the time, except you are openly begging to get mobbed, though. Goldgenie devised numerous ways to continually see your item of value and even lift your social standing. For this blog, we will stick to one way, which is gold plating your iPhone 12. Many other people now use the same phone as you. You will wish for a distinction and can have it by bumping it up by notches.

Goldgenie offers the iPhone 12 Pro and Pro Max range, fully customised and electroplated versions in 5 microns of pure luxurious 24k gold, Rose Gold or Platinum.  Also available in different fields of Apple reinforced choice of coloured glass, epitome range, Swarovski, 18k solid gold or VS1 Diamond variants.

Luxury wouldn’t be luxury if it were an option available to all.