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Philips Hue 4.7: The next update is ready for download Improvements for dynamic scenes and automations

Improvements for dynamic scenes and automations

Since today, version 4.7 of the Philips Hue app is available for download in the Apple App Store and Google Play Store. As already announced by me, the dynamic scenes learn a lot with the update and work not only with the preset scenes, but also with self-created ones. Of course, this offers even more possibilities, even if the setting for adjusting the speed has unfortunately not yet been made available with this update.

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Philips Hue 4.7 will make all scenes dynamic Speed remains unchanged for the time being

Speed remains unchanged for the time being

In the past few weeks, Philips Hue has not only launched numerous new hardware products, but has also made significant changes to the software. In addition to the new gradient function and Spotify integration, we were also pleased to see the introduction of dynamic scenes. These dynamic scenes work very simply and are integrated directly into the room view.

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The new Philips Hue Gradient Signe table lamp has a problem Colour gradient with only four segments

Colour gradient with only four segments

Almost exactly one month ago I introduced you to the large Hue Gradient Signe floor lamp, today I would like to take a look at the small model together with you. How does the Philips Hue Gradient Signe table lamp perform in everyday life and what are the changes compared to the previous model?

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These new Philips Hue products will be released soon Bright bulbs, Devere & Enrave

Bright bulbs, Devere & Enrave

So, here I am again. After a little time off in the Netherlands, I’m back with daily news from the world of Philips Hue. I hope you still stopped by the blog last week, even though it was certainly a bit quieter. But there will be plenty of fodder in the coming days, because according to the official information from September, a batch of new Hue products will be launched tomorrow, 12 October.

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The Ambiance Gradient Lightstrip controls its LEDs digitally Technical details about the new light strip

Technical details about the new light strip

Over the past few weeks, I have been able to provide you with some content about the Philips Hue Ambiance Gradient Lightstrip. In addition to my review, I also took a look inside the lightstrip and found out some interesting details. For example, the Ambiance Gradient Light Strip can not only be shortened every 25 centimetres as stated, but twice as often.

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HDMI Sync Box should now support up to 120 hertz One restriction remains, however

One restriction remains, however

At the beginning of the month, Philips Hue announced it, and now, according to official statements on various social media platforms, the time has come. Although there is still nothing to be read in the release notes, which are never updated very quickly – it should, however, be possible to use the Philips Hue Play HDMI Sync Box with a refresh rate of 120 hertz with the latest firmware update.

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This is what the Ambiance Gradient Lightstrip looks like inside Can be shortened every 12.5 centimetres

Can be shortened every 12.5 centimetres

The new Philips Hue Ambiance Gradient Lightstrip has really inspired me personally, even though it is anything but cheap with a price of almost 150 euros for 2 metres. Regardless of whether you focus on the functionality, the workmanship or the technology – the new release is an enormous improvement in all respects compared to the Philips Hue Lightstrip Plus, which will, however, still be available.

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Philips Hue 4.5.0: Gradient function officially launched Can also be controlled via Bluetooth

Can also be controlled via Bluetooth

For most of you it is already an old shoe, because the function was already unlocked last week. Now, however, Philips Hue has once again done some fine-tuning and officially introduced the new gradient functions for great colour gradients. With the update to version 4.5.0 released yesterday, the Hue app has officially been made ready for the new gradient functions, which I have already shown you in a short video here.

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How the new Ambiance Gradient Light Strip is placed in the entertainment area Currently still problems with the sync

Currently still problems with the sync

In the past few days, I have received a lot of questions about the Philips Hue Ambiance Gradient Lightstrip. Everything revolved around whether the new lightstrip can also be mounted on the underside of the TV to extend the “Ambilight” to four sides in combination with the Hue Play HDMI Sync Box and the Hue Play Gradient Lightstrip.

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New gradient function is not yet compatible with Apple HomeKit So far it just stays with one colour

So far it just stays with one colour

The proportion of users with Apple devices here on the blog is quite large. That’s why I would like to take this opportunity to explicitly discuss the connection of HomeKit in connection with the new Gradient function. After all, the existing Play Gradient Lightstrip as well as the new releases Ambiance Gradient Lightstrip and Gradient Signe can display a fancy colour gradient.

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