It's silly to turn on old iOS devices because it melts my HomeKit

Cupertino, October 15, 2019

OK ya'll - I'm ready to nuke my entire configuration with 80+ devices - unless someone has seen this and lets us all fix it.

I have an iPhone - everyday use, HomeKit always comes up and works well (HomePod is a hub).

I have an iPad that uses occasionally. I recently charged and booted iPad, updated iOS etc ... then my HomeKit had duplicates, devices that were deleted or renamed since the last time the iPad was turned on.

Looks like it's bad for me to turn on an old iOS device. This is at least the third time this is happening.

& # X200B;

What do you all say? Thx!

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