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iDevices launches new Apple HomeKit Dimmer Switch for $100

The list of Apple HomeKit-compatible accessories continues to expand, as iDevices on Wednesday launched its new wall-installed Dimmer Switch, offering users the ability to control and set the brightness of their lights with Siri.




Priced at $99.95, the iDevices Dimmer Switch is now available to purchase via Amazon. In addition to HomeKit, it also works with the iDevices Connected app and assorted iDevices smart home accessories.

Notably, because the switch is Wi-Fi-enabled and not solely reliant on Bluetooth, the accessory does not require an Apple TV or a hub to be controlled remotely or to fit into an existing HomeKit setup.

Other features of the switch, according to iDevices, include:

  • Customizable dimming capabilities: With intelligent features such as in-app dim range settings to prevent low-level bulb flicker and last-state brightness memory, users can truly personalize their lighting and smart home experience.
  • Works with all leading voice control platforms: The iDevices Dimmer Switch is the only hub-less smart dimmer that works with Siri, Alexa and the Google Assistant.



  • Fits into the walls of any home: With a sleek, minimalist design that fits any standard rocker faceplate, the iDevices Dimmer Switch seamlessly integrates into any home's existing lighting system.
  • Enhanced functionality and simple installation: The iDevices Dimmer Switch is installed just like a traditional wall switch, and can be installed in single pole, 3- and 4-way setups with no extra wiring needed.
  • Customizable LED night light: One of iDevices' signature design features, the built-in LED night light is both functional and attractive, allowing users to locate the iDevices Dimmer Switch in the dark with a wide range of color choices.


The new Dimmer Switch marks the first product released by iDevices since the company was acquired by Hubbell in April. Other HomeKit-compatible accessories from iDevices include a socket, thermostat, wall outlet, and multiple other switches.