The Nest, the smart thermostat from Nestle, has come under fire for having a “detect” feature that requires you to “pinch” to confirm whether or not a Pokémon is nearby.
The feature is a little complicated, and it can take up to a few seconds to detect whether a Pokémon can be seen.
Nest has acknowledged the problem and added that the feature can only detect “frequent” interactions with the device.
In the past, Pokémon games have made the process much more time-consuming, but the company has been working to improve its accuracy in recent months.
The problem with the Nest detection feature has been widespread and can be frustrating for those who want to use it to find Pokémon.
It’s also hard to use if you have limited space to put your phone or other items in the pocket.
Nest CEO Mark Zuckerberg addressed the issue at a recent event, noting that “this is a big problem, not just for Nest, but for many of the other things that you need to know about a Pokémon.”
When the Nest was introduced in late 2017, it introduced a feature that allowed players to customize their Nest with new features, including weather and temperature.
The feature has also been available since the Pokémon Go app launched in late 2016, though it has been missing since then.
In February, Nest told users that it was working on a feature for Pokémon Go that would detect Pokémon and allow them to find them, but that it has not been finished.
In a blog post, Nest said that it will have more to share “in the coming weeks.”
In response to the Nest’s troubles, Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg has been criticized for the company’s failure to invest in and promote a feature like this, which can help prevent a player from accidentally catching Pokémon.
Zuckerberg said in the blog post that “it is a really bad idea for us to invest so much time and effort into something that we can’t really deliver, and then try to deliver it as fast as possible to people.”