Terncy, the Shanghai smart home device manufacturer has had HomeKit support listed for a range of products for quite a while on their website, but they have yet to have been released in North America. This has changed this week, with several of the company’s products becoming available for shipping on Amazon for customers in the United States. While the previously mentioned smart dial is … Continue reading Terncy’s HomeKit Compatible Products Now Available on Amazon
Christopher Close writing for iMore: The Logitech Pop is a great way to control your HomeKit connected light bulbs, light strips, and more. Simply pair the button with HomeKit, and assign some lights to the options for button presses. >Continue reading at iMore Continue reading HomeKit Q&A: Can I Use The Logitech Pop Button Instead of a HomeKit Light Switch?
This week, a pair of manufacturers promising HomeKit support for their upcoming products launched on Kickstarter, the crowdsourced funding site that helps bring products to life. The Keymitt smart lock, which only just recently revealed that it would be supporting HomeKit, and the Flic 2 Button have both hit Kickstarter, and from the looks of things, these products are well on their way to becoming … Continue reading Kickstarter Updates: Flic 2 Button & Keymitt Smart Lock Smash Through Goals
While we have seen the signs of an imminent North American launch for Aqara’s HomeKit enabled products for quite a while, it looks like today is finally the day. Spotted on the r/HomeKit subreddit, 7 of the company’s devices have appeared on Amazon, and are currently in stock and ready to ship, with Prime shipping as an option. This is a huge boon for HomeKit, … Continue reading Aqara’s HomeKit Compatible Devices Now Available on Amazon