While Apple HomeKit may not have the same wide range of compatible products as Amazon Alexa or Google Home, it remains a fantastic smart home platform for iOS enthusiasts. With the support of the Home app on iOS, as well as the ability to control devices with your HomePod or Apple TV, it offers great convenience. However, before you can control HomeKit products with these gadgets, you need to add them to your system and configure a few settings. Here's how you can add a device to HomeKit:
To add any device (except Apple TV) to your Home app, follow these simple steps using your iPhone or iPad:
Editor's Recommendations: If you wish to sync your Apple TV with HomeKit, the process is slightly different. Follow these steps:
To sync your Apple TV with HomeKit, follow these steps:
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