With iOS 14, Apple is boosting its HomeKit smart home platform with new features and quality of life improvements that users have been clamoring for such as motion zones, facial recognition, and more. We walk you through all the changes coming this fall.
This week's episode of HomeKit Insider is a special one — the 2020 WWDC episode. While we cover our usual news for the week, most of the show is dedicated to breaking down all the new HomeKit features in iOS 14 and tvOS 14 coming soon to our devices.
Two months after its last major update, Eve Systems is out with its newest version of its popular Eve HomeKit app with contextual menus, quick access to automation rules, and lot of little quality of life improvements.
This week on HomeKit Insider, your hosts compare the pros and cons of Philips Hue versus IKEA Tradfri, chat about the fantastic Home+ 4 app, give a mini review of the Lutron Aurora, cover this week's news, and answer a listener question.
After a lengthy delay, Brilliant has finally come through with HomeKit support for its smart home controller. While it isn't cheap, it more than justifies its existence with features and user convenience.
After being announced at CES 2020, the August Wi-Fi Smart Lock is now available to order. The updated design is a significantly smaller form factor as well as integrating Wi-Fi directly, as the name suggests.
Serena Shades by Lutron can be a pricey investment for your smart home but one we find worth it thanks to their verbose HomeKit support, easy installation, superior design, and the improvements to our quality of life.
Apple has refreshed the 13-inch MacBook Pro with Magic Keyboard, the start of Apple's online WWDC has been announced, the iPad Pro Smart Keyboard gets a teardown, and your hosts provide a massive roundup of HomeKit and smart home devices.