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Apple on Monday introduced a newly designed Home app at its annualto bring more efficiency and security to the app.
The Home app, which allows you to coordinate smart home devices integrated on Apple's HomeKit platform as well as control those devices with Siri, has been around in largely the same form since 2016. This redesign, though minimal in its changes, is one of the larger updates the app has seen.
Along with new security measures, the app has been reorganized, allowing for new device categories, including climate and lighting, which allow for more efficient navigation. In addition, cameras will appear on the home screen with up to four live feeds running together -- though you can swipe for more.
The new Home app comes ahead of, the new integration standard that most smart home brands, Apple included, have joined this year.