If Apple takes over your Mac, iPhone, iPad and Apple TV, then Apple seems to be taking over all of your smart home products. On the next iPhone 6s of the 9th moon phase this year, we will see the fascinating HomeKit prototype. At the WWDC Developers Conference in June this year, HomeKit was not the focus of attention, but with the addition of door and window detection, new sensor support, motion monitoring and carbon monoxide detection in iOS 9, HomeKit has once again become a feature. The focus of our attention. While these new features don’t seem to be new, Apple hopes to make our homes more efficient, while also facing competition from Google and Nest. Will the iPhone 6s become the central hub of our future smart home? Apparently Apple is working hard to push this forward on platforms and software.
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