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Scenes

Scenes Scenes are instructions detailing how various HomeKit-enabled accessories should function at a particular time. For example,  you could construct a scene that tells the accessories in your home to adjust themselves in various ways, all at the same time.  Lights could turn off, thermostats could change the temperature, and the like, all by selecting a certain scene. HomeKit only supports...

Homes

Homes Homes are a collection of zones and rooms. Every room or zone must be contained within a specific home. HomeKit is able to handle multiple homes. If you are setting up accessories in an office, then your office building would be a home. A home needs to have at least one room. If you don’t define a specific room,...

Triggers

Triggers myHome supports all HomeKit-based triggers (location, time, accessory) and conditions. With triggers, you can automatically fire scenes using your location or when the accessory state of your HomeKit-enabled accessories has changed. A characteristic has to satisfy certain technical requirements to be used as an event for triggers. With location-based triggers, you can set one or more...

HomeKit explained

HomeKit explained Having trouble? Maybe you’ll find a solution here. What is HomeKit? HomeKit is Home automation Apple developed the HomeKit framework to simplify the current state of home automation. HomeKit is a framework in iOS, watchOS and tvOS for communicating with and controlling connected accessories in a user’s home. You can enable users to discover...

HomeKit Troubleshooting

HomeKit Troubleshooting Make sure you’re logged into your iCloud account In theory, any device logged in to your Apple ID should be able to understand and execute HomeKit commands. If you’re having trouble with your primary device or an auxiliary one, double-check to make sure you’re logged into iCloud and your Home is showing...