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Wemo HomeKit support comes to WiFi Smart Dimmer through software update, no hub

[2018-11-08 17:00:28]

Belkin continues to bring HomeKit support to its smart home accessories, and the Wemo WiFi Smart Dimmer is the latest to join the club. Wemo HomeKit support is retroactively being added through a free software update starting today. Wemo was first to use a new software authentication method for certifying HomeKit devices with its Mini Smart Plug earlier this year. The post Wemo HomeKit support comes to WiFi Smart Dimmer through software update, no hub appeared first on 9to5Mac.

Wemo HomeKit support comes to WiFi Smart Dimmer through software update, no hub


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