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[Update: New HomeKit camera features added] HomeKit Weekly: Comparing security camera options, features, and apps

[2018-12-05 09:00:49]

HomeKit Weekly is a series focused on smart home accessories, automation tips and tricks, and everything to do with Apple’s smart home framework.  If you’re investing in smart home technology and want to stay in the HomeKit ecosystem, there are currently four home security cameras on the market that work with the Home app. This week we’ll look at what options are on the market, how the hardware and supporting services differ, and how you can improve the HomeKit security camera experience. The post [Update: New HomeKit camera features added] HomeKit Weekly: Comparing security camera options, features, and apps appeared first on 9to5Mac.

[Update: New HomeKit camera features added] HomeKit Weekly: Comparing security camera options, features, and apps


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