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9to5Toys Last Call: iPhone 6/s Battery Case $11, 13″ MacBook Air 256GB $829, Philips Lightning Headphones $140, more
TODAY’S CAN’T MISS DEALS:
Last Call Updates:
Save nearly 20% on Apple’s latest 13-inch MacBook Air 1.6GHz/8GB/256GB: $970 (Reg. $1,199)
- DJI’s awesome Phantom 4 Quadcopter gets its first notable discount: $1,240 (Reg. $1,399)
- Slow Shutter Cam will help you get those motion blurs in your iPhone photos: $1 (Reg. $2)
- Sony’s upcoming PS VR Aim Controller is the Duck Hunt gun we’ve always hoped for
- Nintendo’s E3 2016 event shows off the new Zelda Breath of the Wild, Pokemon and more
- Be productive while you’re getting in shape using the FitDesk v2.0 Desk Bike for $200
- LEGO has created a 1960’s VW Beetle that is definitely ready for your next beach adventure!
- Dyson’s remote control 12″ fan will keep you out of the heat this summer for $200 (Reg. $300+)
- Green Deals: Amazon’s best-selling electric tiller is on sale for $104 shipped (Reg. $130), more
- Update your old kettle w/ a stainless steel Brentwood for under $20 Prime shipped (Reg. $25+)
Smartphone Accessories: 1byone 3100mAh Battery Case for iPhone 6/6s $11 Prime shipped (Reg. $25), more
Daily Deals: MacBook Air 13.3-inch Laptop 1.6GHz/4GB/256GB $829, JBL Charge 2 Portable Bluetooth Speaker $80, more
Don’t wait on the iPhone 7, these Philips headphones have a built-in Lightning cable: $140 shipped (Reg. $240+)
Sling TV offers new users a 32GB Apple TV for $89 when you pre-pay for 3 mos. of service ($209 value)
Now you can get the UE Boom 2 Waterproof Bluetooth Speaker for $150 ($50 off)
Best Buy is taking up to $200 off Apple Watch Stainless Steel: 38mm from $349, 42mm starts at $399
Pebble Steel Smartwatch for iOS and Android $80 shipped, Apple Watches up to $200 off, more
Start your week with a $100 discount on iPad mini 4 & Air 2, priced from $300 shipped
App Store Free App of the Week: Drop Flip puzzler goes free for the first time ever (Reg. $2)
Rovio’s Bad Piggies for iPhone/iPad goes free for the first time in years (Reg. $1)
AngerOfStick2 and its brutal beat’em up action goes free on iOS (Reg. $1)
Square Enix brings human augmentations and hacking to iOS with the new Deus Ex Go
MORE NEW GEAR FROM TODAY:
Amazon Gold Box saves everyone’s Father’s Day with tools, watches, grooming, drones and dad clothes
Philips Stories March 15, 2016
I had never heard of quantum dot display technology until Philips announced their new E6 monitor. Touting to be the world’s first quantum dot display monitor and the only one to reach 99% AdobeRGB color, I definitely became interested. I was already on the hunt for a high-quality monitor, so this seemed like the perfect opportunity.
The best 4K & 5K displays for Mac
Philips Stories October 5, 2015
Siri voice control is finally coming to Philips Hue connected light bulbs thanks to promised HomeKit support and a new bridge product. Details have been surfacing over the last month with product listings going up a day early, and today Philips is ready to officially reveal how it’s bringing HomeKit support to Hue bulbs and lamps. As expected, Hue bulb owners will be able to upgrade to the new Philips Hue Bridge 2.0 to enable using Siri to control Hue lights. The new, square-shaped bridge works similar to the old, round bridge — connecting to up to 50 bulbs only with HomeKit support included even for existing bulbs and plans to support future home platforms as well. expand full story
Philips Stories September 3, 2015
Philips Stories June 8, 2015
Philips says HomeKit coming to Hue in the fall, existing lights will be compatible
The post gives no specific details, but in response to a customer question about whether existing Hue lights will work with HomeKit, Philips confirmed that they will.
Yes, the solution we are working on will work with all your existing and new Hue lights. To get details about how your existing Philips Hue products will work with HomeKit, please follow us on Twitter or Facebook
The most likely approach is that Philips will offer a hub to act as a bridge between HomeKit and existing Hue products. The company says that it will reveal full details in September.
An Apple support document recently confirmed expectations that the Apple TV will act as a HomeKit gateway for controlling devices from outside the home.