On this week's episode of the Homekit Insider podcast, your hosts speculate what HomeKit and Matter updates might arrive at WWDC, discuss two new products, and discuss other home automation news of the week. On March 29, Apple officially announced WWDC. Your hosts speculate during this episode what news Apple might be sharing relevant to the smart home, including a redesigned HomePod with a screen or an updated homeOS. Apple's impending updates are predicted by the full release of iOS 16.4 and the initial beta release of 16.5, both of which will bring smart home changes. These were accompanied by updates for Apple's other platforms. This week we also had news from Eve about the Matter rollout and Hue delaying the Matter update. We saw a new update to the Home Widgets app to enable new shortcut actions on the lock screen. Finally, we revisit the Sonos Era 300 review, review the Roborock S8 Pro Ultra and get hands-on with the Zen's 4-in-1 MagSafe charger. Links from the show Subscribe and listen to our Homekit.Blog Daily podcast for the latest Apple news Monday through Friday. You can find it on Apple Podcasts, Overcast, or anywhere you listen to podcasts. Those interested in sponsoring the show can contact us at: andrew@Homekit.Blog.com Stay up to date with everything Apple is doing in the weekly Homekit.Blog Podcast -- and get a quick news update from Homekit.Blog Daily. Just say "Hey Siri" to your HomePod mini and ask for these podcasts as well as our latest HomeKit Insider episode. If you want an ad-free Homekit.Blog Podcast experience, you can support the Homekit.Blog podcast by subscribing for $5 a month through Apple's Podcasts app, or through Patreon if you prefer a different podcast player.
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