Location-based automation issues in iOS 14.3?

Cupertino, January 31, 2021

Does anyone else have location-based automation issues in iOS 14? I'm running iOS 14.3 and even since iOS 14 was released, I've had problems. Here are the basics: * I have several people in my smart home, some of whom do not have English as their default language. (I spoke with technicians at Apple and this was a known issue in iOS 13.) Four people in my house also have their own HomeKit smart homes. * I turned off Apple TV as my home hub. * I have several HomePods (and one Mini) as hubs. * I run the latest software on Mac, iPhone and HomePods and Apple TV. * I have 40 smart home devices, many of which I have created location-based automation. Many just don't work, while some still do. For example, when I get home, the thermostat and outside lights continue to come on. But none of the automations that are set to turn off when I leave don't work, so the heaters and lamps don't turn off when I leave, the temperature on the thermostat doesn't drop, and most frustratingly, the rooms I've set to turn on don't turn on. than when I'm gone. * I can operate my home remotely without problems, although in iOS 14.2, this was a problem, because my smart home "did not respond" for almost two weeks. * I have a WiFi 6 router and I see that all my accessories are connected to the internet.

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