iOS 16.2 Causes Trouble, Eve Matter Update Releases, More Smart Home News

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The release of Apple iOS 16.2 has caused problems for some HomeKit users. We cover what's going on, as well as the release of Eve's Matter, new products and more in this edition of the Homekit Insider podcast.

The iOS 16.2 update brings new performance improvements for HomeKit users. As soon as users started upgrading their home infrastructure after the update, errors similar to ours during beta testing began to occur.

Eve also started releasing the update on her own. This update provides Matter support for Eve Door & Window, Eve Motion and Eve Energy for those who apply and are approved by Eve. We've tested it for ourselves, and your hosts will guide you through the Matter update process and what it means for Apple Home users.

We also got a glimpse of the upcoming Airversa humidifier this week. It has a transparent top and is reminiscent of the Harmon Kardon Soundsticks that used to be on display in almost every Apple Store.

Finally, we will introduce the new Dexcom G7 glucose sensor and provide a mini review of the Leviton stage controller.

  • JustWatch – Streaming Guide
  • Eva releases a Matter firmware update for select HomeKit products
  • Getting Started with Matter |
  • Kasa Apple HomeKit Smart Dimmer
  • Airversa to launch threaded humidifier
  • Level Lock+ | Level
  • First Look: New Dexcom G7 Glucose Monitor
  • Leviton Scene Controller Switch
  • Lutron Diva Smart Dimmer
  • Lutron Claro Smart Switch < /li>
  • Month Button – The Verge

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