British luxury designer Stuart Hughes has created a $15 million, solid-gold bodied, diamond-encrusted iPhone 5. The phone, which underneath its special shell, is no different from any iPhone in terms of hardware components. Called the Black Diamond because it features a 24-ct black diamond where the home key should be. It also has a solid gold chassis. It is decorated with 600 flawless white diamonds set in gold on the back panel, while the Apple logo, now in solid gold takes on a three-dimensional quality and has also been enhanced by the addition of a further 53 diamonds. One other notable difference is the use of sapphire glass rather than the standard Gorilla Glass to cover the iPhone’s display. Sapphire glass is used to create body armor and only a diamond is stronger or more resistant.