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Is Telstra dumping Google & Jumping on Apple’s HomeKit System

Apple HomePod mini & the Homekit System

 

Now that Apple has made the HomePod mini, getting one is near to impossible and since the HomePod, HomePod mini and Apple TV are Home Hubs, for the HomeKit System. Home Automation is growing more and more advanced with each passing day, enable users to speak voice commands to interact with services through a two-way conversation with Siri, Apple’s Assistant. With Siri and HomeKit, you have a larger number of services then Google will ever have. The prospect of a fully equipped smart home is no longer a farfetched science fiction plot, but rather an innovative reality when it comes to owning a Apple Phone and Telstra Customers love there Apple Products. You can now even control your automated Apple  Home with your Apple Watch these days and not just your Apple Phone.

 

HomeKit is Apple's home automation platform, and it lets you control compatible light bulbs, smart plugs, thermostats, cameras, smoke detectors, door locks, Having the best HomeKit accessories in your home enables the ultimate in smart home convenience. Since HomeKit accessories reside under one roof, the Home app, you can do a lot more than control your home with your phone, you can create scenes that can dim your lights, turn on the TV, and close the blinds with one tap on movie night, or your door can unlock when you arrive home through automation. With more with a tap of your iPhone or Apple Watch with your voice or talk to Siri on your HomePod, HomePod mini or using the remote on your Apple TV  and Better still other Apple devices, it does so in a way that ensures privacy and security for your network and your home.

There are more than 130 products that are currently available to HomeKit users from Lights, Switches, Outlets, Thermostats, Air Quality and Fans,  Smart Shades,  Locks, Cameras, Sensors, Curtains and Blinds, Irrigation, Garage Doors and Bridges. Individually there are to many items to write about.

Here’s hoping that Telstra jumps onto Apples Automatic HomeKit System, because Google Home was Yesterday. Did I hear you just say what’s Google!

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Jupiter
Level 25: The Singularity
Level 25: The Singularity

Re: Is Telstra dumping Google & Jumping on Apple’s HomeKit System

Funny. You just described exactly how Google Home or Alexa works, including the type and number (although greatly underestimated) of devices available. There's really zero difference between them, just which American mega-Corporation you pay your money to.

 

And btw, Telstra exited the Smarthome space at the end of 2020 and transferred customers to Google Home.

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