The most recent restricted release version of the iPhone 12 Pro is certainly an odd one. As far as anyone knows an ‘accessory for private meetings and serious conversations’, the iPhone 12 Pro Stealth gets rid of the entirety of the cameras that normally effortlessness the iPhone 12 Pro.
Caviar has built up another unusual restricted release iPhone. This time, it is a version of the iPhone 12 Pro with no cameras. The Russian company has considered its work the iPhone 12 Pro Stealth, likely on the grounds that it accepts that the nonappearance of cameras makes it more stealthy.
The iPhone 12 Pro Stealth has a custom titanium case, which comes in either black guilloche or gold PVD. Caviar is selling 99 units of each model, which start at US$4,990 and US$5,520 separately.
Spending this much just gets you the 128 GB model of the iPhone 12 Pro, however. Costs ascend to US$6,220 for the 512 GB variant of the Stealth Gold, which is very modest for a Caviar-branded iPhone.
As indicated by Caviar, it has only debilitated the front-facing camera, instead of eliminating it as it has with the rear-facing sensors. Apparently, handicapping the front-facing camera will likewise break Face ID and will leave the Stealth with no type of biometric validation.
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