Also on this Sunday we sweep the events of the last seven days together again and offer you a compact overview.
Right at the beginning of the week VOCOlinc launched the compact HomeKit Aroma Diffuser VOCOlinc Ripple launched.
But not only has the form factor shrunk, the price has also become much more affordable. You can get the VOCOlinc Ripple for under 40€ at Alza.
IKEA this week announced a new SYMFONISK table lamp in cooperation with Sonos. The lamp with integrated speaker is expected to be available in mid-November.
The HomeKit air purifier IKEA STARKVIND is available this week. The standalone device is available in white or black for 99.99€, for the table, also available in white or black, 149.99€ are due.
Matching the new aroma diffuser from VOCOlinc, we show you in our current Automation of the Week how you can use the device as a modern air freshener in the bathroom.
Instead of only distributing fresh fragrance, the bathroom fan can also be switched on at the same time via the switch.
In addition to the eero 6, which has already been available for some time, you can now also purchase the eero Pro 6 in this country.
The Pro model scores with better hardware and a larger range.
The HomeKit door lock provider tedee wants to offer a keypad as an accessory in the future.
This not only allows the door lock to be unlocked via a code. An integrated NFC reader also allows NFC tags to be used as a key replacement.
Aaron Pearce has once again developed a new HomeKit app. HomeLog shows you events in your HomeKit home on your iPhone or iPad and can help you better understand what's going on and track down potential errors. If you run the app permanently on your Mac, you can also log the events continuously.
The developer has launched a public beta this week, which you can participate in via TestFlight. If you have controllers for HomeKit in use, you can also activate logging there.
If you are looking for an alternative to the Apple TV, you can now also use the media players from Roku. Besides AirPlay 2, they also support Apple HomeKit.
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