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Discussion in 'iOS Blog Discussion' started by MacRumors, Feb 16, 2018.
That’s a very parochial view - our light switches are shaped differently from yours.
That’s very nice for you. Many people prefer their “switches” go into pre-existing gang boxes for a seamless look and no redundant, unused switches on the wall. Which again, was the original complaint being registered here. If Tap works for you, great, however some people require a solution with a little more refinement and polish.
The legitech pop buttons work well too they handle a lo or different devices.
The iDevice Switch clocks like this:
Tap looks like this:
Neither look like this:
Like I said, parochial.
And while my Lutron switches, the iDevices switch, and the ‘dumb’ rocker switch all look different on the face, they all have one thing in common. They can all be installed in a gang box. Unlike the Hue Tap.
Then get a Hue Dimmer. They are cheaper anyway.
I don’t actually need any switches as my needs are already covered by a variety of Lutron switches. That being said, the Hue Dimmer isn’t properly sized anyway and doesn’t fit in a standard decora wall plate.
Well, not in his country’s standard gang box. So all those switches you mentioned are no-go as far as he is concerned and Tap is actually better in this aspect that it can be installed on any surface. Different needs and situations.
...anyways, so I understand that the switch shown in the article controls iDevices stuff which are HK compatible, but the switch itself is NOT compatible with HK? That’s disappointing. I liked the pricing, but then this limitation makes it a deal breaker.
Those are still coming, just not here yet: https://idevicesinc.com/evolution/