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There’s an all-new movement sensor from Aqara, overview a brand new Nanoleaf product, and advocate some useful good instruments on your backyard on this week’s HomeKit Insider.
On this week’s information, Aqara has launched its new movement sensor, the Aqara P1. It is ready to detect movement in addition to gentle depth to be used with HomeKit. Moreover, its sensitivity degree could be adjusted to hopefully reduce down on false triggers.
Nexxt, Stephen has a mini-review of good water bottle that routinely tells him how a lot water to drink. whereas Andrew evaluations the brand new skins for Nanoleaf’s Traces.
Individually, the Dwelling Units app was up to date this week. It is an app that presents particulars of all of your HomeKit gadgets, plus has a database of ones so you’ll be able to verify them out earlier than shopping for.
What’s new this time is that Dwelling Units has added help for HomeKey-enabled locks.
In any other case, we chatted about some nice HomeKit instruments for the backyard, increasing on AppleInsider’s shopping for information.
We did reply one listener query as nicely this week. Mama Lanch requested our ideas on the SmartWings curtains.
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