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Q: HomeKit enabled Philips hue bridge not found

I Just got the new HomeKit enabled Philips hue bridge and when I try to set up Siri voice control it gives me a message that says " unfortunately your HomeKit enabled bridge was not found. Make sure the bridge is powered on and correctly connected to your router."  I have searched the Internet for this and can't find an answer. I bought the starter pack directly from apple

Aperture 3.x: Glossary

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iMac (Mid 2011): External features, ports, and connectors

(100 MBps). The iMac (Mid 2011) supplies 7W for the port. The iMac (Mid 2011) computers support Target Disk Mode (TDM). Ethernet port (10/100/1000 Base-T) The iMac (Mid 2011) has a built in Ethernet port for 10Base-T/UTP, 100Base-TX and 1000Base-T Gigabit operation. You can connect your iMac to an Ethernet cable from a cable or DSL modem, hub, switch, or router, or to another Macintosh computer. The connected device can be either a 10Base-T, 100Base-T or 1000Base-T device; the port automatically

iMac (Late 2009) and iMac (Mid 2010): External features, ports, and connectors

Apple Mini DisplayPort video port Using the Mini DisplayPort video output port, mirror video or extend the size of your Mac OS X desktop (extended desktop mode) with a compatible DVI (Digital Visual Interface) display or VGA (Video Graphics Display) or projector using the appropriate Mini DisplayPort adapter: For Single Link DVI displays, use the Mini DisplayPort to DVI Adapter (MB570Z/A). For Dual-Link DVI displays, use

Mac Pro Server (Mid 2010) - User Guide

and audio output. You must use the Sound panel in System Preferences to select the connected device for audio output. For more information about connecting an HDMI device, search for “HDMI” on the Mac Pro Support page at www.apple.com/support/macpro. Display adapters and other accessories for your Mac Pro are sold separately at www.apple.com/store. 13Chapter 1 Ready, Set Up, Go Step 4: Connect an Ethernet cable. To access the Internet or a network using an Ethernet cable, connect one end

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