iDevices Announces Four New Connected Home Products with Apple HomeKit Support

iDevices Announces Four New Connected Home Products with Apple HomeKit Support

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iDevices has announced four new connected home products at CES 2016 that build on its current HomeKit lineup. The new iDevices Socket, Wall Switch, Dimmer Switch, and Wall Outlet are compatible with Apple HomeKit, letting users control those devices with their iOS device through the iDevices Connected app or Siri.

iDevices Socket: You can screw in any lightbulb into the iDevices socket and control the lights using Siri or the iDevices app. The socket features dimming functionality with a customizable LED nightlight, and will be available for sale in Q1 of 2016.

iDevices Wall Switch and Dimmer Switch: By replacing a standard light switch with the iDevices switch, users can control their home's lighting with Siri or the iDevices app. These switches feature a customizable LED nightlight as well and will be available in Q2 of 2016.

iDevices Wall Outlet: A wall outlet that lets users control, monitor, and schedule the power to both outlets individually; will be available in Q3 of 2016.

iDevices Connected App: With the iDevices app, users can add their iDevices home products to their home network and pair them with their iOS device. The app also has the ability to support HomeKit enabled products from other manufactures as well

"Our team is laser-focused on developing user-centric products that accelerate the next generation of the connected home,” said Chris Allen, CEO of iDevices. “Socket and the three in-wall products we are announcing today signify the next stage of the iDevices evolution and our dedication to connecting users with products that enhance their lives.”

While all these products will be available sometime in 2016, no pricing information was revealed.

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iDevices Announces Four New Connected Home Products with Apple HomeKit Support
I didn't know these guys - January 5, 2016 at 9:40pm
iDevices is an actual company?
Jamison.IO - January 6, 2016 at 1:27am
How did that one sneak by the Apple Trademark Attorneys?
I didn't know these guys - January 6, 2016 at 2:43am
Maybe I'm guessing that iDevices aren't a product name and is just a cliche way to describe Apple products.
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