Hi all. I’m looking for reinsurance. I bought a homekit camera, it is perfect, it has microphones and speakers, night vision, etc. while I’m inside and despite the explanations of the manufacturer and Apple, we couldn’t trust the system, so we connected the camera to a smart plug that turns off when I get home, turns on when I’m outside. It works very well, it strengthens my sense of intimacy, but I can ask you: is it reasonable? I only do this because I can’t trust her. The configuration I have now I honestly consider great, I can turn the camera on and off like a switch and I know it is not always online. If it’s even if I’m home, homekit sets it “blind” so that no one can look (not even people who are guests in your Apple house, but physically leave the house, so I can’t take a look) and if there is no one is home, the homekit brings it back in stream and records so you can monitor your home. And it tells you about all this, which has not been said anywhere and is a happy surprise. But it feels so intangible that I still need reinsurance. But the distrust lies more with the camera manufacturer whose application you must first use to configure with homekit. So, the camera broadcasts live primarily through them. It feels much more intangible. Can we trust the arrangement? If so, to what extent?
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