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 Incipio Atlas ID
(out of 5)

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$89.00 USD (iPhone 5/5S)
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– Tempered glass screen protector
– Poor touch sensitivity
– Dead spot right above Touch ID sensor
– Screen protector prone to fingerprint smudging
– Plastic latch comes off during drops
– Headphone jack extension doesn’t fit properly
Potential ProblemsPotential Problems:
– If the Incipio Atlas ID falls into water after being dropped, there is a chance that the latch will come off rendering the case not-waterproof
Design Rating
(Incipio Atlas ID)
Weight/BulkWeight/Bulk (3.5/5):
– Plastic latch at the bottom of the case adds a bit of thickness
– Heaviest case
InstallEase of Installation (4/5):
– The Incipio Atlas ID is a tedious case to install
– Taking device out of case requires a bit more effort when compared to other cases
Build QualityBuild Quality (4/5):
– Case “squeaks”
– Case is very slick as it does not have any sort of “grippy” rubber
Protection Rating
(Incipio Atlas ID)
Shock ProtectionShock Protection (5/5):
– Provides shock protection up to 6.6 ft
– Successfully tested against a set of corrugated steel stairs
Water/Dust ProtectionWater/Dust Protection (5/5):
– Incipio Atlas ID provides water protection up to depths of 6.6 ft for 1 hour
– Successfully tested in a dishwasher
Screen ProtectionScreen Protection (4/5):
– Extreme screen protection due to Incipio Atlas ID’s tempered glass screen protector
Functionality Rating
(Incipio Atlas ID)
iPhone FunctionalityiPhone Functionality (4/5):
– Access to mute/volume buttons are a little tougher
– Access to lightning port and headphones jack is clumsy due to the plastic latch
Screen UsabilityScreen Usability (3/5):
– Tough to access swipe menus
– Dead spot right above the Touch ID sensor on the Incipio Atlas ID
– Gap between screen protector and touchscreen is not noticeable
Screen ViewabilityScreen View-ability (4.5/5):
– No rain-bowing effects
– Glare is a mild problem
– Fingerprint smudging is a problem
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