Apple Homekit

With the Home app, you can easily and securely control all your HomeKit accessories. See who’s at the front door on your iPad. Adjust your living room temperature from your Mac. Control things remotely with the help of Apple TV. The Home app makes all your connected devices work harder — and smarter — for you. Z Home offers Apple users and fans the best Smart Home experience all in just one stop! 

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        Why Apple Homekit?

        Apple HomeKit lets you control compatible smart home devices using only the Home app. This simplifies how you set up and use your devices without the need to juggle multiple apps. Apple's Home app lets you combine HomeKit compatible devices into an ecosystem, create Scenes and automate routines across devices from various manufacturers. Apple HomeKit is based on a highly secure data protection structure. In other words, you don't have to worry about the security of your personal information.
        A universal smart home app for all devices?

        Whether it's a thermostat, security camera or light, the Apple Home app lets you set up and navigate all your compatible products with your smartphone. With over 50 brands available, you can connect them with HomeKit and your Apple devices. More brands and products are added every day. Take control of all your connected devices, set up and change Scenes, and create automated routines in the intuitive Home Control Center interface. Devices can be assigned to specific rooms in the app to make their use even more efficient. Every compatible smart home product is tested and certified by Apple. This guarantees maximum safety during use. Operating the Apple Home app is intuitive thanks to its simple user interface. In just a few steps you can create your own unique ecosystem to fit your personality and needs.

         

        How does Apple HomeKit work?

        Create Scenes
        Connect your devices to the app and create different Scenes which can be controlled with just one command. For example, you can switch off the lights, turn down the thermostat and lock the doors all with a single tap. And all without having to operate each device individually.

        Use from the road
        Combined with Apple TV or an iPad on the same Wifi network, plus the Home app, you can use your smart devices while on the go with Apple TV acting as the central hub for all of them. This allows you to check the status of your devices from anywhere.

        Use with your voice
        You can control Homekit-compatible products with your voice while using Siri. Apple's voice assistant recognizes the corresponding devices and operates them on command. This allows you to switch off the lighting or the heating simply using your voice. You don't even have to be at home with Apple TV.

        "Hey Siri, turn on the lights in the living room."

        "Hey Siri, set the temperature to 22° C."

        "Hey Siri, turn on the TV."

        Automation


        Take advantage of your Apple HomeKit and automate everyday routines. You can create a Scene and configure certain devices to activate or deactivate them with a trigger.
        Location automation:Create Scenes depending on your location. For example, set your lights to turn off when you leave the house.
        Time automation:Allow your bathroom thermostat to warm up before you shower at 7:00 a.m.
        Action automation:Use the motion detector in the stairwell to turn on the basement light.