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Works with Apple HomeKit


HomeKit-Compatible Products

With the Home app, you can easily and securely control your smart home accessories using your Apple devices. Ask Siri to turn off the lights from your iPhone. See who's at the front door on your iPad. Control your thermostat from your Mac. Even tell your HomePod to set the scene for movie night. The Home app makes all your HomeKit accessories work harder — and smarter — for you.

Home app.

With full iOS integration, including Control Center, the Home app makes it easy to set up and securely control all your HomeKit accessories from one place.

Secure and private.

Every communication between your Apple device and HomeKit accessory is end-to-end encrypted and private to only you.


Set up scenes to control multiple HomeKit accessories at the same time — all with a single command. Create one called "Good Morning" that opens the blinds and fires up the coffee maker, or another called "Leaving Home" that lowers the thermostat, turns off the lights and locks the doors.

Shared access.

You can share access to your home's settings with others so they have the same control on their devices.


Siri knows what HomeKit accessories you have, so you can ask Siri to dim your bedroom lights, lock the front door or run a scene.2

Remote access and automation.

With the Home app, you can access your HomeKit accessories remotely through your Apple TV, HomePod or iPad.3 Or set accessories to run automatically when triggered by time of day, occupancy, your location or sensor detection.


Many leading brands worldwide offer HomeKit-enabled accessories, like smart door locks, light dimmers, cameras, weather sensors and baby monitors — with more on the way all the time.
  1. Samsung smart TVs do not support HomeKit and cannot be added to the Home app.
  2. Siri is available on iPhone 4s or later, iPad Pro, iPad (3rd generation or later), iPad Air or later, iPad mini or later, and iPod touch (5th generation or later) and requires Internet access. Siri may not be available in all languages or in all areas, and features may vary by area. Cellular data charges may apply.
  3. For iPad to act as a home hub, it must remain in your home, powered, and connected to your home Wi-Fi network.