Siemens adds iOS connectivity to a high-end oven, steam oven and dishwasher, with Android and more appliances to follow next year.
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Siemens' new iQ700 series connected appliances, on show at IFA, offers iOS connectivity in a high-end oven, steam oven and dishwasher.
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