Greetings to all. I wonder if anyone knows what happens to the iDevices accessory brand? I've had some of these HomeKit compatible devices for a few years now, and I really like them. Of all the HomeKit compatible devices I've owned, these have caused me the least problems. IDevices was acquired by the giant Hubbell in 2017. When I attended CES in 2018, they had a huge booth to showcase their existing and future products. One of the products I was looking forward to was a ceiling fan controller that would control both the light and the speed of the fan. It would include a remote release box to be installed in the ceiling fan wiring box to control the lights and fan speed independently, just like you would see at any hardware store. HomeKit would also be compatible, but unfortunately the product never materialized. They released the Instinct switch which was also displayed there. It's just anecdotal, but it seems to me that Hubbell could kill this brand, which is damn embarrassing. Here are some things I've noticed lately. 1. Go to [https://idevicesinc.com/](https://idevicesinc.com/) is just a blank page. It can only be a temporary problem. I don't know how long the site has been down. 2. Their last tweet was October 13th. [https://twitter.com/idevices](https://twitter.com/idevices). 3. No new YouTube videos in a year [https://www.youtube.com/user/idevicesinc/videos](https://www.youtube.com/user/idevicesinc/videos) 4. No new products literally in * years *. 5. Hubbell's landing page ([https://www.hubbell.com/wiringdevice-kellems/en/idevices](https://www.hubbell.com/wiringdevice-kellems/en/idevices)) Some products are missing, namely the socket, the external socket and the wall switch. At least that's what I thought. 6. I received a lot of marketing emails between November and December from them, where everything was on sale, but no ETA for exhausted products, such as outlets or outdoor outlets. I haven't found any news or rumors about them, but maybe they only succeed on Google. ¯ \ _ (ツ) _ / ¯
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