HomePackage-Compatible ‘Eve Aqua Smart Water Controller’ Now Available to Buy Through Apple

Apple has begun promoting the Eve Aqua Smart Water Controller on its United States web page lately, following a couple of weeks after the HomePackage accent in the past introduced on Eve’s personal web page and on Amazon (by the use of HomePackage News and Reviews). On Apple.com, you’ll be able to purchase the Eve Aqua for $99.95, and the loose delivery possibility these days designates a supply date on Monday, August 13.

The Eve Aqua is a small controller that you simply connect to an out of doors water outlet, letting you turn on or close off water float by the use of the Home iOS app, Siri voice instructions, or computerized HomePackage scenes. Eve says this makes the accent very best for sprinklers and will save you gardens from flooding thank you to an auto shut-off function.

Elgato Systems introduced the Eve Aqua this previous May, after which in June Elgato published that it could shift its focal point “solely” to its line of Eve units. Elgato is now “Eve Systems,” with plans to be offering a “continuously increasing ecosystem” of equipment designed solely for Apple’s HomePackage platform.

Despite the identify exchange, Apple.com nonetheless lists the water controller accent because the “Elgato Eve Aqua.”

Following the restructured corporate, Eve Systems teased customers with new product bulletins set to pop out of IFA Berlin, which starts on August 31 and runs thru September 5. For present merchandise, Eve sells lots of its units on Apple.com, together with the Elgato Eve Degree Connected Weather Station, Light Switch, Wireless Motion Sensor, Room Sensor, Energy Smart Plug, Button, and extra.

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