Make the holiday season magical by following our tips on how to create the perfect mood. Switch on your festive lights as soon as motion is detected – no matter if it’s for kids eagerly awaiting gifts, friends and relatives coming to visit or for when you arrive home after a long day.
With Eve Motion and Philips Hue lamps, you can create an intuitive system that automatically switches on subtle lighting for nighttime orientation, bright white light for daytime illumination, or almost any form of lighting you require for any given activity. That’s because HomeKit allows automated scene switching at specific times, or at sunset and sunrise.
Available immediately for users of iOS 11 devices and home hubs with tvOS 11, our latest firmware update for Eve Motion significantly improves performance by adding support for the new Bluetooth architecture introduced in iOS 11 (learn how it works on. Motion detection, scene activation, and the issuing of notifications now happen almost instantly – there’s practically no difference in behavior when compared to an IP-based accessory.
You can tell from the numerous improvements iOS 11 brings to HomeKit that the standard has evolved into a core component of Apple’s smartphone operating system. Bluetooth-based accessories respond much quicker to user commands, and automation becomes much more powerful through presence detection and refined options for timers and conditions. Let’s take a look at the most significant changes.
Update: What’s New in Version 2.9.2
This version of Eve offers the option to toggle line smoothing when viewing graphs (in detailed view). Eve 2.9.2 offers interface optimizations for your shiny new 10.5-inch iPad Pro and overall improvements.
Eve 2.9 presents stunning new views of your accessories’ data. Completely redesigned graphs convey more information about temperature, humidity and air quality; while a newly-revised display of motion detection (Eve Motion) and door/window states (Eve Door & Window) offers a glanceable overview of activity in your home. What’s more, an all-new accessory header puts accessory settings at your fingertips