I searched for this submarine but couldn't find an answer. I have two HomePod mini and some iPads. I'm new to HomeKit, but I'm serious about making everything work. What I want to know is, if I set HomePod mini as the home center, can I still use a wall-mounted iPad as the control center? The iPad will always be connected and I intend to use the single application / Guided Access mode. I know I can open my Home app on my iPhone and iPad and control all my devices, even if my AppleTV is my current HomeKit hub. If this works, what is the difference between a hub and a control center?
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