In this episode of the HomeKit Insider podcast, we talk about smart home capabilities for Vision Pro, the new lights from Philips Hue, and take a look at some Qi2 chargers.
Before we get into the news, your hosts can't help but talk about Apple Vision Pro and its upcoming launch. We wanted to discuss some of the launch accessories and potential smart home applications for the new headset. Philips Hue is in the news and has announced a new indoor and outdoor wall fixture that illuminates cone-shaped light strips up and down. It's rumored to be debuting its new security system and now we have more details from a prematurely released YouTube video highlighting the various sensors supported by the system. Finally, Nomad's new Qi2 Stand Charger has started shipping after being announced before the winter holidays. Complete the show by walking through several new and upcoming Qi2 chargers, including the ESR HaloLock Car Charger, the iOttie Qi2 Car Charger, the Anker MagGo Battery Pack, and the Anker MagGo 3-in-1 Charger.
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