Split Silicone IPhone 13 Pro Max Case REVIEW — MacSources

MacSources
5 min readMay 4, 2022

Case helps to save your phone, save the planet, save the deductible.

As I upgrade to the latest iPhone model each year, I often question the value/price of the device. I promised myself that this cycle would be different and that I would likely hold off one additional year. This promise lasts at least until the September/October release event when the new iPhone finds itself in my shopping cart.

Luckily, I have yet to experience buyer remorse with this saga, especially when considering the ~$3.28 per day cost of owning the latest tech. I do not stop for a $2.95-$3.65 coffee at the local Starbucks, I do not smoke, and I rarely (if ever) drink alcohol. Thus, I can easily stomach ~$4 per day for a device that I use in some way 10–18+ hours per day.

Even though I purchase Apple Care + for my Apple products, I still opt to protect my devices with cases. I cannot fathom keeping an iPhone au naturel and letting it out for a stroll sans protection. However, I have seen many people basking in the risk of a naked phone. I can understand the detraction for some against a bulky, full HulkBuster style waterproof, event-proof case like the Total Impact Case from Catalyst. However, a simple bumper-style case like the split silicone case from atom studios simply makes sense.

The atom studios split iPhone 13 Pro Max case arrived in an attractive 4 3/8 inches wide by 7 7/8 inches tall by 1 1/4 inches thick retail hanging style package. The company name was listed at the top of the cover panel, while most of the information was presented on a centrally oriented light/dark grey slipcover.

The midline segment detailed the silver aluminum and stone silicone iPhone 13 Pro Max case color scheme, the premium eco-material design, the compatibility with MagSafe, and the reassuringly protective shell.

The rear panel provided the atom studios logo, product name, QR code, silicone/metal shell information, and six product defining options: 1. Sustainable/Recycled/Durable materials. 2. Real Life Drop Testing. 3. MagSafe…

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