The update to version 1.3.0 is now available for Homebridge. The full Adaptive Lighting support is added here.
Homebridge 1.3.1 as a minor update is also available
With Homebridge, HomeKit users have the option of integrating their smart home devices that do not natively support HomeKit. Various plugins are available for Homebridge that add the devices. The whole thing is based on egg open source software, which runs on a Raspberry Pie or Docker, for example.
Version 1.3.0 and also version 1.3.1 is now available as an update for Homebridge. The main changes are:
The new Adaptive Lightning feature introduced in iOS 14 can now be used by plug-in developers. Most actively maintained plugins have already secretly supported this.
With sub-bridges, each homebridge platform or accessory can optionally be made as a standalone accessory that is separate and isolated from the main bridge. Running certain accessories in a child bridge can improve the overall responsiveness and reliability of Homebridge.
You can also see the complete changelog at Github look at.