Last week Apple announced “HomeKit,” a new platform that aims to make the home automation industry much smarter. HomeKit users will be able to control lights, locks, doors, thermostats, cameras and more via one single iOS 8 app.
While iOS 8 isn’t available until the Fall, the beta test is available now for smart home companies looking to develop software/products compatible with HomeKit.
Apple’s goal is to encourage various home automation devices to work together on their platform and revolutionize the smart home industry.
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