Once you've set up a HomeKit-enabled smart accessory, you can easily control it using Siri or the Home app on any of your Apple devices. HomeKit-enabled accessories are smart devices that you can add and control with the Apple Home app. And once you set one up with your new iPhone or iPad, you can customize its features across all of your compatible Apple devices, including the Apple Watch and Mac. That's not to say you could ask Siri on your iPhone 14 Pro Max or HomePod to enable, disable, or control the HomeKit accessory in a hands-free manner. Whether you're using iOS 17, iPadOS 17, or an older OS version, the process for doing this is the same. All you have to do is follow the steps below.
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