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The Russian manufacturer of luxury gadgets presents a modified iPhone 11 Pro that mimics Tesla’s Cybertruck

Apple and Tesla reign in their markets and a Russian firm has combined each of the firm’s most wanted products on a Tesla Cybertruck-style iPhone.

Called ‘Cyberphone’, the modified iPhone 11 Pro is clad in titanium with a foldable front cover that resembles the platform of a truck.

The ‘truck bed’ is deployed to create a support for the smartphone, allowing it to sit upright.

However, Caviar, the manufacturer of the modified device, seems to mock Telsa’s vehicle in a promotional video.

The firm notes that the design has ‘absolute screen protection’ while playing a clip of Cybertruck windows that broke during its presentation last November.

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Apple and Tesla reign in their markets and a Russian firm has combined each of the firm's most wanted products on a Tesla Cybertruck-style iPhone. Called 'Cyberphone', the modified iPhone 11 Pro is clad in titanium with a foldable front cover that resembles the platform of a truck.

Apple and Tesla reign in their markets and a Russian firm has combined each of the firm’s most wanted products on a Tesla Cybertruck-style iPhone. Called ‘Cyberphone’, the modified iPhone 11 Pro is clad in titanium with a foldable front cover that resembles the platform of a truck.

The 64GB Cyberphone starts at $ 5,256 and only 99 units will be purchased.

“The smartphone design is based on the concept of a new cross model of Elon Musk headlines, Caviar, which designs luxury products, shared in its website.

“Caviar created a modified iPhone 11 Pro in the Tesla Cybertruck style: on the device, you can track the deliberate geometry of the lines, the simplicity of the shapes and the versatility of the materials.”

It is said that the titanium case protects the iPhone ‘in general from any external mechanical impact’.

Caviar, the manufacturer of the modified device, seems to mock Telsa's vehicle in a promotional video. The firm notes that the design has 'absolute screen protection' while playing a clip of the Cybertruck windows that broke during its presentation last November (pictured)

Caviar, the manufacturer of the modified device, seems to mock Telsa's vehicle in a promotional video. The firm notes that the design has 'absolute screen protection' while playing a clip of the Cybertruck windows that broke during its presentation last November (pictured)

Caviar, the manufacturer of the modified device, seems to mock Telsa’s vehicle in a promotional video. The firm notes that the design has ‘absolute screen protection’ while playing a clip of the Cybertruck windows that broke during its presentation last November (pictured)

However, the firm notes that the armor as a cover will not interfere with the functionality of the smartphone.

“If you want to use your favorite applications with comfort or make video calls, the folding titanium screen protection becomes a comfortable stand,” explains Caviar.

‘The body design is inspired by the geometry of Tesla Cybertruck. At the same time, it is aesthetically improved. ‘

“The precise lines are explained not only by functionality, but also create a pleasant visual component to see.”

The 'truck bed' is deployed to create a support for the smartphone, allowing it to sit upright.

The 'truck bed' is deployed to create a support for the smartphone, allowing it to sit upright.

The ‘truck bed’ is deployed to create a support for the smartphone, allowing it to sit upright.

The 64 GB Cyberphone starts at $ 5,256 and only 99 units will be purchased

The 64 GB Cyberphone starts at $ 5,256 and only 99 units will be purchased

The 64 GB Cyberphone starts at $ 5,256 and only 99 units will be purchased

Approximately 24 seconds after the promotional video of the Cyberphone, Caviar points out that the case provides’ absolute protection of the screen ‘and in the background there is a clip of Tsla’s head of design, Franz von Holshausen, who tries to prove that the glass was’ shatterproof ‘throwing a heavy metal ball at close range, but show the glass instead of breaking into the camera live.

Musk was heard muttering “oh my God” when the glass broke.

Musk looked confused and asked Holzhausen to try another window, which also broke quickly, but Musk said he “didn’t go through” the glass.

“Ah, not bad,” the CEO added to the audience’s laughter. “There is room for improvement.”

The firm notes that the armor as a cover will not interfere with the functionality of the smartphone.

The firm notes that the armor as a cover will not interfere with the functionality of the smartphone.

The firm notes that the armor as a cover will not interfere with the functionality of the smartphone.

“We threw keys, we threw everything, we even literally threw the kitchen sink into the glass and it didn’t break,” he said about testing the resistance of the windows. ‘For some strange reason it broke now, I don’t know why.

“We will fix it by mail.”

Days after the embarrassment, Musk explained why the windows of his Cybertruck broke during a test of failed strength at his launch event last week.

Musk explained in a tweet that the base of the glass window had already weakened during an earlier demonstration.

Designer Franz von Holzhausen knocked on the car door with a mallet to prove its hardness and, although it seemed to have suffered no damage, this’ broke the base of [the] glass’, according to Musk.

The ‘Cybertruck’, which looks like an armored vehicle with a futuristic angular body in metallic gray, will go into production in 2021, Musk said at the Los Angeles Auto Show on Thursday.

The collection, which Musk says will cost $ 39,900 (£ 31,000) and more, will have an estimated battery range of up to 500 miles.

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