Limitations of iOS 12 Hub

Cupertino, January 30, 2021

I received a lot of HomeKit stuff for my birthday today to dedicate myself to automation. I have an old iPad mini that I think can run iOS 12, but not later, which I would like to use as a hub. I bought a Lightning to Ethernet and Lightning adapter to keep it connected to the network reliably, keeping it powered. Our personal devices are iOS 14. Just wondering what limitations, if any, I will achieve this configuration compared to buying a Homepod mini. Thanks a lot in advance! I'm already connected to HomeKit 👌

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