Caseology Vault AirPods Pro Case Review – Textured Surface with Side Bumpers

For all AirPods Pro users if you are looking to buy a case for your headset, today we are reviewing Caseology Vault Case. After using cases like Spigen Silicone Fit 2 and Spigen Rugged Armor Back Cover Case, we have found our almost perfect case for AirPods Pro. AirPods Pro comes with a white colored wireless charging enabled case which is bound to get dirty and is prone to attract dirt/dust (if you keep it on a dirty surface or inside your pockets). To protect the case from any dirt and most importantly from any external damage, a case for AirPods Pro is totally recommended.

Caseology Vault Case comes in 3 colors variant viz. Navy Blue, Matte Black, Midnight Green and Burgundy. Caseology Vault AirPods Pro Case is made up of textured TPU material which feels good to hold in hands and is a little bit stronger material than Spigen Silicone Fit 2 Case. Both the back and front side of the case is textured and sides have bumpers. Caseology Vault AirPods Pro Case can protect your AirPods Pro from scratches, dirt and other small damages but it is not an ideal case to protect the headset from a fall. During our testing we noticed that both the headsets came out of case when it was dropped.

Caseology Vault AirPods Pro Case Review

Caseology Vault AirPods Pro Case is available for INR 1099 at Amazon India, $15.99 from Amazon US (which is a little over priced as compared to Spigen Silicone Fit 2 Case).

What’s included? Caseology Vault Case, Carabiner and one adhesive tap (one adhesive tape is already fitted insider the head cover of the case)

Dimensions: 74.3 x 50.6 x 25.88 mm/29.3 x 1.99 x 1.02 in

As you know you are using your AirPods Pro with a device (not an iOS), then you need to press the back button on your AirPods Pro case to pair it via Bluetooth, Caseology Vault Case has a soft button at back which is easy to press and does a good job.

Case header has a pre-installed adhesive tap to have a firm grip with the AirPods Pro Case. Peel the outer sticker and place it firmly on the top of your AirPods Pro.

There is hole for placing carabiner so that you easily hold the case.

As shown below, case has a cutout at the bottom for charging.

During charging, you can clearly see blinking light from the hole cutout.


  • Pre-installed adhesive tape provides firm grip
  • Wireless Charging Compatible
  • Side Bumper
  • Visible Charging Light cutout
  • Textured Material provides firm grip
  • Light weight
  • Easy installation


  1. Overpriced
  2. Doesn’t protect headsets from a fall (both headsets tend to come out during a fall)

Marketing team of Caseology describes this case as “Tall, Dark and Handsome” and yes it is. Caseology Vault AirPods Pro Case does a good job in protecting your AirPods Pro. It is ideal for daily usage, but not recommended if you tend to drop your AirPods Pro a lot (then one should look for an Spigen Rugged Aromor Case). Let us know which case you are using for your AirPods Pro.

iOS 13.4 build 17E255 released by Apple with new Memoji stickers and iCloud Drive folder sharing from the Files app

Apple has finally released a new public build of iOS 13.4 and iPadOS 13.4 update with new Memoji stickers and iCloud Drive folder sharing from the Files app. New build 17E255 moves from iOS 13.3.1 build 17D50. We have received the update on our iPhone 11 Pro Max.

iOS 13.4 update brings trackpad support for iPad. In mail app, while viewing new mail, you will notice an updated tool bar. Update also brings bug fixing and other enhancement under the hood.

Apple iOS 13.4 Update

To update your device to iOS 13.4 Update, go to Settings > General > Software Update. Tap on Download. After downloading the update (make sure your device is above 50% charged or connect it to power for installing), tap on install now. If you find Install Now button “greyed out” then either restart your device or close any video/audio playing app in background like YouTube and try again.

iOS 13.4 build 17E255 Changelog:


  • Nine new Memoji stickers, including Smiling Face with Hearts, Hands Pressed Together and Party Face


  • iCloud Drive folder sharing from the Files app
  • Controls to limit access only to people you explicitly invite or grant access to anyone with the folder link
  • Permissions to choose who can make changes and upload files and who can only view and download files


  • Always-visible controls to delete, move, reply to or compose a message in conversation view
  • Responses to encrypted emails are automatically encrypted when you have configured S/MIME

App Store with Apple Arcade

  • Universal Purchase support enables the use of a singular purchase of a participating app across iPhone, iPod touch, iPad, Mac and Apple TV
  • Recently played Arcade games appear in the Arcade tab so you can continue playing on iPhone, iPod touch, iPad, Mac and Apple TV
  • List view for See All Games


  • Third-party navigation app support for the CarPlay Dashboard
  • In-call information appears on the CarPlay Dashboard

Augmented Reality

  • AR Quick Look supports audio playback in USDZ files


  • Predictive typing support for Arabic


This update also includes bug fixes and other improvements. This update:

  • Adds status bar indicator to display when VPN has disconnected on iPhone models with all-screen displays
  • Fixes an issue in Camera where the viewfinder may appear as a black screen after launch
  • Addresses an issue where Photos may appear to use excess storage
  • Resolves an issue in Photos that may prevent sharing an image to Messages if iMessage is disabled
  • Fixes an issue in Mail where messages may appear out of order
  • Addresses an issue in Mail where the conversation list may display empty rows
  • Resolves an issue where Mail may crash when tapping the Share button in Quick Look
  • Fixes an issue in Settings where mobile data may incorrectly display as off
  • Addresses an issue in Safari where web pages may not be inverted when both Dark Mode and Smart Invert are active
  • Resolves an issue where text copied from web content may appear invisible when pasted when Dark Mode is active
  • Fixes an issue in Safari where a CAPTCHA tile may display incorrectly
  • Addresses an issue where Reminders may not issue new notifications for an overdue recurring reminder until it is marked as completed
  • Resolves an issue where Reminders may send notifications for completed reminders
  • Fixes an issue where iCloud Drive appears to be available in Pages, Numbers and Keynote even when not signed in
  • Addresses an issue in Apple Music where music videos may not stream in high quality
  • Resolves an issue where CarPlay may lose its connection in certain vehicles
  • Fixes an issue in CarPlay where the view in Maps may move away briefly from the current area
  • Addresses an issue in the Home app where tapping an activity notification from a security camera may open a different recording
  • Resolves an issue where Shortcuts may not appear when tapping the Share menu from a screenshot
  • Improves the Burmese keyboard so punctuation symbols are now accessible from numbers and symbols

If you have update your iOS device to new iOS 13.4 build, let us know in comments section about the battery backup, has it been improved?

12 reasons iOS 8 is awesome, Is it ? Let’s see…

There was a lot of hype about iOS 8, the new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus and now when they are finally released, hype graph seems fluctuating like waves now. In fact, there’s still a lot of hype surrounding some of the upcoming device features and details that are set to hit the streets with the release of OSX Yosemite.

However, after reading this article I found that many users don’t know about some of the great new features in iOS 8, or how they can benefit from them. Here’s our list of 12 reasons iOS 8 is awesome.

Why iOS 8 is awesome ?

#1 Multi-Screen Message Reply

You can now swipe down on any new text messages that comes in, which will let you answer it without closing the app you’re currently in. No more losing your place or needing to restart apps to respond to friends with a meaningful message. (Yo!)

Why iOS 8 is awesome

#2 Battery App Use

If you’re wondering whether Angry Birds has chewed up all of your battery life, or if it was that really long video you made trying to get in the Guinness World Book of Records for Planking, you’ll be able to check. Using iOS 8, you can tell exactly what used your battery, and how much of the battery each app chewed through. It’s a great way to conserve battery life by eliminating fluff when you need to save on your charge.

#3 Send Last Location

If you have Find my iPhone enabled, then the last thing your phone will do before the battery dies, is to send a message with the phone’s GPS coordinations. This is great if you’ve forgotten your phone at home, for example, but are turning the office upside down trying to find it. This way you’ll at least know that your phone is at home, where the kids can test to see if your new iPhone 6 Plus is as waterproof as your Samsung Galaxy S5 or Xperia Z3. Lucky you.

#4 iMessage Group Conversations

When you’re watching a match, a show, or in general just chatting with a group of friends, you can use the iMessage Group Conversation feature. Since you’re probably also on Facebook and WhatsApp, you might not always think of late night pub crawl messages as life changing. Because of this, you can exit a group conversation, and then come back to it later. Just look for the option to exit a conversation under iMessage details. Or, you can just turn on Do Not Disturb. This is particularly true if you’re married, but came home early from a Stag or Hen party, which your friends promised to update you on. Message notifications you probably don’t want your spouse woken up from. Exit the conversation, and you can check back in later for the details.

#5 View Conversation Attachments

Ever have a conversation with some video or photo attachments you wanted to quickly access, but then had to scroll through weeks of chatter to find? In iOS 8, you can quickly see all messages in a given thread. Just go to the details icon, and scroll down to see all attachments. Tap or press the attachments, and you’ll be able to save or delete. No more clutter, or scrolling forever to find something.

#6 Send More Photos

Now you can see up to 20 of your most recent photos when sending them in a message. This way you can easily select what you want at a glance, instead of scrolling through the list one at time. For shutterbugs, this will make life a lot easier. For everyone else, be prepared to get a lot more cute cat and adorable baby photos.

#7 Share Location in iMessage

If you’re somewhere you want your friends to be, but you aren’t exactly sure how to tell them to get there, you can use iMessage to share your location. This is a great feature if you’re looking to invite them to a great new place, or if you’ve woken up somewhere you’d rather not take the walk of shame from. In such cases, a quick message can bring friends or a ride.

#8 Self Destructing Photos

Ever want to take a photo, and then have it deleted like you can do with SnapChat? Well, iOS 8 lets you do this. Just press and hold the camera button, rather than tapping it like you normally would. In this mode, any photo or video sent will self destruct two minutes after being sent. At least, that’s how it worked for us. Sooner or later someone will work around this, just like they did with SnapChat, but for the average user, it’s a nice added feature.

#9 Siri Always Listens

Siri has been upgraded to patiently wait for you to say “Hey Siri” or something similar. Unlike most restaurant staff or personal relationships, she’ll be there as soon as you call her. Even better, she’s totally cool with this, unless you’re looking for somewhere to hide a body.

#10 Context Sensitive Typing

Some people like to substitute proper English for kidspeak and leetspeak. Nothing wrong with that, unless it happens to be your mom or boss you just messaged. Apple already lets you use specific words and phrases that are unique to you, but no one wants to send a questionable text to someone who might get offended by it. According to Apple, the new context sensitive keyboard will know when you’re talking to mom or your boss, and when you’re talking with your mates. It will then filter any slang terms you might not have otherwise used when messaging the boss.

#11 Recover Deleted Photos

Any time you’ve ever deleted a photo in previous versions of iOS, the photos were gone for good (well, for most of us anyway). Now, there’s a ‘Recently Deleted’ menu, where you can recover deleted photos. If you have kids who play with your phone and sometimes delete things, this can be a great way to not have your important snaps erased. On the other hand, if you’re deleting photos or videos you really want deleted, you’ll need to make sure you clear the ‘Recently Deleted’ menu.

#12 Siri Marries Shazam

Shazam used to rock. Then, he got married. Now he works 14 hours a day, and runs the roost. She wears Shazam’s pants too, and can tell you the name of that great song that’s playing. This is a useful feature, especially if you’re stuck in a elevator, or waiting in fear for an online date to show up. In either scenario, you can focus on getting out of the the jam you’re stuck in, rather than focusing on the fantastic music playing.

There is more you can do with iOS 8 too, but some of it is set to go live with the debut release of OSX Yosemite. So, stay tuned or subscribe for our newsletter to get the latest updates, details, and deals. We’ll keep you informed. You can just sit back and enjoy the news. Yo!

iMacs running Windows photo tweeted by Tim Cook from Mac Pro Unit in Austin, Texas

Apple unveiled its latest iOS 8 and OS X 10.10 Yosemite at WWDC 2014. Apple CEO Tim Cook recently paid visit to Mac Pro Unit in Austin, Texas from where just tweeted a pic of iMacs which are supposedly believed running Windows as OS on their system. As we all know Apple has started assembling iMacs at their own US manufacturing campus in Austin recently.

Tim Cook tweeted saying along with a pic “Watching the Mac Pro come together in Austin yesterday,thanks to a team loaded with American manufacturing expertise” but unexpectedly what has caught attention here is that iMacs which are shown in the pics are running Microsoft’s Windows OS ( most probably Windows 7 ).

iMacs running Windows

By going through the pic posted by PR team of Apple and comments by the users it seems those iMacs running Windows knowingly or unknowingly 😛

Below you can see the tweet made by Apple CEO Tim Cook.

iMacs running Windows

Go through the pic clearly and all comments made by the users on the tweet made and see yourself whether iMacs running Windows or not in that factory production pic. Let us know what do you think, drop your comments below.

via – Redmond Pie