Until Apple can make HomeKit reliable and predictable. One update of Siri bricks. An update causes the devices to not respond.
The next update interrupts the automations. Then the locations are confused.
We have around 90 HomeKit devices throughout the house and Apple everywhere. Our home has become an Apple ecosystem due to how reliable Apple's operating system and iOS have always been. HomeKit is NOT and it is time to fix it. Don't tell me the new features that Homepod mini can make when the next update breaks down half of the things that haven't appeared since the HK release.
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