Anova Wi-Fi Precision Sous Vide Cooker Becomes First Cooking Device Available in Apple Retail Stores
Apple has recently started offering the Anova Wi-Fi Precision Cooker both online and in its retail stores, marking the first smart cooking device the company has sold to customers. Anova is a company that makes a range of Wi-Fi and Bluetooth-connected precision cookers for sous vide meal preparation.
The Wi-Fi Precision Cooker Apple offers is Anova’s newest model, equipped with Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity that allows it to interface with an iPhone for monitoring purposes. Using the iPhone app, it’s possible to set the temperature on the pot from afar and monitor its cooking progress. The Anova app also includes a selection of top sous vide recipes.
For those unfamiliar with sous vide cooking, it’s a water bath cooking method that uses precise temperature control to prevent overcooking. The Anova Precision Cooker heats up and circulates water in a pot, evenly cooking food to a precise temperature that’s not possible with more traditional cooking methods.
The Anova Precision Cooker is a smart sous vide device that gets you professional quality results every time, while providing control from an app on your iPhone. Sous vide uses precision temperature control so you can’t overcook your food. Simply attach your Precision Cooker to any pot, add water, drop in your desired food in a sealed bag or glass jar, and press start.
The Precision Cooker has both Bluetooth and WI-FI connectivity so you know what’s going on with your food no matter where you are. The Precision Cooker notifies you when your food is ready, and will keep it warm until you’re ready to eat.
Eli Hodapp, editor-in-chief of our sister site TouchArcade, owns an Anova Precision Cooker and says it’s “incredible.” He says “everyone should own one” but notes the Wi-Fi and Bluetooth features on newer, more expensive models may not be useful to everyone. With sous vide, the main difference between immersion circulators is the amount of water that can be kept at a precise temperature. Since there’s no fear of overcooking, little oversight is needed.
The Anova Wi-Fi Precision Cooker is available from the Apple online store for $199.95. It’s also available immediately from a number of Apple Stores across the United States.
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