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    Update 1.15 is being submitted to the Google Play store. It will be available to iOS users once approved by the Apple Store. This release contains the following: Feature: Touch ID Enablement for iOS Devices Iris users accessing their system with an iOS device will now be allowed to log in to the app with a simple touch of their finger.Feature: Santa Tracker 2016 Santa Tracker is a seasonal feature we re-enabled that allows parents and children to ‘track’ Santa’s movements through your home on Christmas Eve while helping ‘prove’ to children that Santa is, in fact, real. Santa Tracker is for ‘entertainment’ purposes only and does not require the purchase of any sensors for this feature to work. More than 70 bug fixes in Release 1.15, including: Device Related: Bulbs & Dimmers Resolved driver issue that prevented some users from controlling non-dimmable Sylvania BR30 bulbs Fixed issue where OSRAM GardenSpot lights would not retain the previously set hue after the device was power cycled Repaired issue where changes made to the brightness of an OSRAM dimmable bulb would be inconsistently applied when bulb is powered off. Fixed issue where OSRAM bulbs that support color temperature would not retain previously set color temperature when a bulb was reset Resolved reported instances where GE In-Wall Dimmer Switch attributes were not populated until after a state change in the bulb was initiated by the end user For OSRAM A19 RGB Bulbs, resolved incidents where hue changes not specified by end user would occur when turning color mode on/off/on For OSRAM A19 or BR30 RGB Bulbs, resolved issue where brightness attribute would set to an unrequested value when user requested a different brightness value Resolved issue where dimmable bulbs may improperly set to zero brightness when turned off by schedule Android Specific: Rules Resolved isolated reports where Android users were unable to access the Climate Service by clicking the Climate card via the Iris App dashboard.iOS Specific: Device Pairing & Performance 1. Bulbs & Dimmers: Resolved issue where OSRAM bulbs would turn off when attempting to adjust the brightness of the light Fixed issue where bulbs that are only dimmable would display controls for color and color temperature Corrected issue where some users reported bulbs displaying 100% brightness in the UI even when the bulb was set to a lower level of brightness 2. Pet Door: Fixed limited issue reported by basic users that would experience issues with the Iris app when navigating to their paired Pet Door and selecting the ‘More’ tab 3. Wi-Fi Smart Switch: Resolved all known pairing issues related to reports from iOS 10 users having difficulty during initial pairing of Wi-Fi Smart SwitchNotifications Resolved isolated instances reported where iOS users may not receive select push notificationsRules Fixed issue where user would attempt to create a rule that was not able to be satisfied for any reason (ex. no paired devices associated with rule, etc.) without informing the user that the rule could not, in fact, be created
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    This is why I always pull two or three off the hook and take one from the back of the display. At my store more often than not the front product on the Iris shelf is a returned one, especially true in the last year.
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    I have also added an unsubscribe link in the emails now
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    Now my thermostats don't work lol! The one is 15 feet from the Hub. Says it's connect and shows temp in app but can't be controlled by app! Never ending! I should be getting paid to keep my house lights on, heat on, house secure........ or maybe just hire a live in maid and Butler to keep things running! I took the batteries out for 30 seconds and put them back and still doesn't work.
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    I made a video demo of how to setup IrisPlus using IFTTT to trigger Alexa to run applet to write to Dropbox which will in turn activate a scene to raise the blinds.
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    How do you turn off santa tracker? When I see it I just think why are they wasting time on lame features like this when every second should be spent on stability and parity. Not a stupid gimmick Poor decision which is what I expect from Iris.
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    Dear Lowe's Iris, In the next app release, is there any chance we can get the thermostat to treat its schedule as periods of time rather than discrete set points?
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    With the meter you can track your water usage and more. Below shows how the meter appears in SmartThings app
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    My iPhone 7 is now recognized by the App and I am receiving push notifications. Thank you IRIS!!!!
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    Essentially, yes. I have since given up on the Iris thermostat and returned it as I didn't like how it functioned. I have been MUCH happier with the Ecobee as it behaves just the way I always wished the Iris thermostat would.
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    Everything seems to be fixed now. I did a filter test and it worked.
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    It's interesting that we'll pay $50 to automate a light switch so we don't have to take 5 seconds to walk over to it and turn it on, but we are lazy if we don't wanna wait 3 minutes on coffee... ?
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    Wasn't on the list of fixed items but the still camera shot is still not working for me. See absolutely no difference in this version and the last, well there was the Santa tracker, which I hid.
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    Just the sort of thing I'm looking for. Questions answered on Amazon confirm that it works with Smart Things and Vera.