Philips to Release New iOS-Controlled LED Light Bulbs “Hue” Tomorrow at Apple Stores
Wow! It is really a breakthrough in manufacturing and working of LED light bulbs. Philips just stunned the world by announcing the release of new iOS-controlled LED light bulbs through Apple stores worldwide. Interestingly, these iOS-Controlled LED bulbs will be quite able to emulate nearly any color, as well as users will be able to personalize the lighting experience with a wide range of dimmer and scheduling options.
The company strongly believes the new iOS-Controlled LED bulbs could potentially reinvent “the way we think about and experience light in our homes.”
Building on its innovation capabilities, today Philips unveils hue, the world’s smartest web-enabled LED home lighting system. Philips hue signals a new era in home lighting both in the way we think about and experience light in our homes. It allows you to create and control the light using your smartphone or tablet.
Philips hue can be setup in minutes. The intuitive app allows you to remotely control your home lighting to help secure your home, personalize your home lighting experience with custom settings and program timers to help manage your daily schedules, all through the convenience of a smart device. An intuitive and seamless system, Philips hue is upgradeable and future-proof, with the potential for more features to be downloaded and enjoyed in the future.
Philips is also trying its best to include geo-location system into these iOS-controlled LED bulbs to automatically turn lights on or off when users come in or leave their homes or day/night option, and integrating with other media including sound and video, as well.
Philips is releasing their new LED lighting system controlled with iOS just from tomorrow through Apple Stores worldwide. A set of 03 iOS controlled bulbs plus the wireless link will cost you for $199 supporting upto 50 bulbs. Each additional bulb will be available for $59 each.
Apple is much clever and promoting the household accessories which work wirelessly through iOS apps. We have earlier seen iOS controlled thermostats, weight scales, blood pressure monitors, a meat thermometer and a pet-tracking GPS collar in this reagrd.