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In a busy episode of the Homekit Insider podcast, your host discusses the brand new Hue string lights, opinions the Apple TV 4K, and solutions some listener questions.
In sensible house information, Degree has responded to criticism on how straightforward its lock may be picked, primarily confirming our sentiments in a earlier episode. The deadbolt makes use of a typical cylinder design and Degree is exploring keyless choices sooner or later to mitigate any selecting points.
Moreover, it was revealed that the Degree Lock has a secret Thread radio and can be up to date to help Thread and Matter in a future replace.
Earlier than the vacations, Signify had yet another announcement able to go together with its new Festavia string lights. These sensible lights are excellent for adorning for the vacations. We talk about the brand new lights and examine them to the prevailing Twinkly choices.
Associated to Hue, when the Hue bridge will get up to date to help Matter, it’s going to mechanically add some other non-Hue lights to HomeKit. When different lights are paired with the Hue bridge, like these from Ikea, they beforehand wouldn’t present natively in HomeKit.
Lastly, Nanoleaf is introducing a right-angle connector for its Traces collection. They can be utilized in tandem with the 60-degree adapters to create all new designs.
On this episode we additionally evaluate the up to date Apple TV 4K and the Belkin MagSafe automobile charger.
Hyperlinks from the present
- Degree Lock to achieve Thread help
- Degree responds
- New Hue Festavia lights
- Twinkly string lights
- Apple TV 4K evaluate
- Belkin MagSafe automobile charger introduced
- Belkin MagSafe automobile charger evaluate
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