Philips WiZ is not compatible with Apple HomeKit
Overall impact to Wi-Fi speed is virtually nonexistent. The bulbs do not continuously consume bandwidth when they are in operation.
The Kelvin range is between 2700K (Soft White) and 5000K (Daylight)
Hi Omar - BR30 bulbs are flood lights and their typical application is in recessed lighting. This bulb might fit the socket on your chandelier, however, but we would not recommend this bulb for this application. If you aren't sure what type of bulbs your chandelier uses, you can always reach out to the fixture manufacturer or take one of the burned out bulbs to your local store for assistance. For help with the WiZ app - I would suggest taking a look through the "WiZ FAQ" at https://www.wizconnected.com/en-MY/consumer/support/
These bulbs will not make an audible hum if used with a standard on/off switch. These bulbs are not compatible with dimmer switches, however.
These Philips Wi-Fi bulbs connect directly to your in home wi-fi whereas the Philips Hue bulbs connect to the Philips Hue bridge via a Zigbee network. Both systems offer a lot of great connected lighting features but what sets Hue apart is the extension to outdoor products and light fixtures along with further extensions available to allow for syncing with in home entertainment.
Don’t work like it’s supposed to
These Philips Wi-Fi bulbs are compatible with Google Assistant devices like the Google Home
Hi Jess - You can certainly group 8 bulbs together to control simultaneously using the WiZ app.
Product is dimmable via the app. I am using a dimmer also and no issues thus far. The app works well also for dimming.