The brave new world is rapidly taking shape and unfolding in front of us, with all the technological breakthroughs that started to cover commercial markets for the last decade. iOS 9 Will Feature an App that Will Make Home A Safer Place, by controlling all compatible products.
iOS 9, the last generation operating system under the Apple signature, will include the Apple HomeKit among its other features. It will enable its users to control their home environment, performing a series of simple of routine tasks.
What does that mean? We don’t need to think of turning off the lights before we leave home anymore and we don’t need to close the door and we don’t need to do many routine activities anymore, because a little app inside our high-end device, which works with a brilliantly advanced operating system will do everything instead of us.
Apple HomeKit will control all appliances and other devices. It works wirelessly, using Apple TV as a hub to connect a large variety of devices. It generates virtual rooms to assist in organizing, connecting and controlling devices, all this by offering a few screens that will allow users to find more HomeKit devices and applications.
The Apple app is still running some tests, with the guys from the giant company presently dealing with all matters of diverse connectivity. There hasn’t been yet announced a clear launch date but it is expected with enthusiasm at the company’s Worldwide Developer Conference ( WWDC ) 2015, starting with June 8th, in San Francisco.
iOS 9 will not only come with app upgrades and more system efficiency, this year will unveil one of the most complex Apple features. The home app basically lets you control all your HomeKit gadgets, from light sources of any kind, to door locks, wherever you have them in the house, or cameras and smart thermostats. This way, apple persuades accessory markets to integrate WiFi garage door openers and wireless door locks with iPods and iPads.
HomeKit provides wireless finding and installing for all HomeKit devices, it creates a virtual version of rooms in the house to organize devices and it promises easy connection. It also unveils several screens with information that helps users with all the new HomeKit devices and apps. Siri can control all the installments, partnering with the home app.
It’s quite a back from the future business strategy coming from Apple, with great chances to develop and even greater chances to inspire a shift in our behaviors as home-responsible people. We will be able to program and control everything without actually participating or performing those tasks. However, the HomeKit app on iOS 9 is a state of the art proof from one of the greatest technological organizations in the world.
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