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LinkDesk’s Devices app for HomeKit lets you control smart accessories using ARKit

[2018-12-05 03:55:33]

It’s no secret that Apple is incredibly bullish on the future of augmented reality, having introduced ARKit 2.0 as part of iOS 12. Now startup LinkDesk is using ARKit to allow you to control your HomeKit accessories. The post LinkDesk’s Devices app for HomeKit lets you control smart accessories using ARKit appeared first on 9to5Mac.

LinkDesk’s Devices app for HomeKit lets you control smart accessories using ARKit


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