Apple's Siri smart home platform may have gotten off to a slow start, but HomeKit is making up some ground at this year's . From connected lighting to flood sensors, all sorts of HomeKit-friendly products are on the horizon. Scroll down to check out the list, updated daily during CES:
Honeywell Lyric Home Security and Control System
Honeywell's integration with Apple HomeKit should now make it possible for you to say, "Siri, arm my Lyric Home Security and Control System."
D-Link Omna 180 Cam HD
D-Link's Omna 180 Cam HD will work with Apple HomeKit and Siri, which means you should be able to ask, "Siri, show me my live video feed."
iDevices Instant Switch
Not only is the iDevices Instant Switch a unique no-install design, it should let you control your lights from anywhere with Siri or Alexa.
Yale Real Living Assure Locks and Yale NexTouch Wireless Locks
Starting in March, Yale's Real Living Assure Locks and Yale NexTouch Wireless Locks will be available with this blue HomeKit module. Customers will also be able to buy the module separately and add it to their existing Yale locks.
Netatmo Smart Smoke Detector
The Nest Protect Smoke and Carbon Monoxide detector might have some competition with Netatmo's Smart Smoke Alarm. Not only is it app-enabled, but this safety device will also work with Apple HomeKit.
Chamberlain Smart Garage Hub
In addition to working with Amazon Alexa, Chamberlain's Smart Garage Hub will soon work with Siri via Apple's HomeKit platform.
In addition to Sensory's VoiceGenie hardware, the company plans to introduce software that should work with Google Assistant, Siri, Cortana, and Alexa with a simple wake word.
Leviton Decora Light Switches
Leviton's Decora Light Switches are supposed to hit stores this April and integration with Apple HomeKit and Siri is promised at retail launch.
Leviton isn't the only company adding Siri smarts to its next-gen products. Incipio's CommandKit Wireless Smart Wall Switch with Dimming should work with HomeKit when it hits stores in the first half of 2017.
Sylvania Multicolor Smart Bulb
Sylvania's Multicolor Smart Bulb is a HomeKit-enabled LED. Unlike Zigbee-enabled bulbs like Philips Hue and Nanoleaf, Sylvania's version works directly over Wi-Fi. That means you won't have the hassle of a pesky hub to get it up and running.
Sylvania's Multicolor Smart Bulb is expected to hit stores in early 2017, and customers should be able to access it from Apple's Home app for iOS 10 or with Siri voice commands.
Sylvania won't be the only hubless HomeKit-enabled LED for long, though. Lifx is adding HomeKit smarts to work with its third-gen Wi-Fi bulbs in February, including the Lifx Plus.
Withings Home Plus
Withings' Home Plus may look similar. That's because we reviewed the first-gen version back in 2015. Model 2.0 looks the same, but the Home Plus promises to add HomeKit integration into the mix, including access via the Apple Home app and Siri commands to adjust the built-in ambient LEDs in the bottom of the camera.
Carrier Cor 5C and 7C Thermostats
Carrier's Cor 5C and 7C Thermostats may be new to the HVAC company's product lineup, but they should work with both Apple HomeKit and Amazon Alexa at launch.
First Alert Onelink Environment Monitor
The First Alert Onelink Environment Monitor tracks temperature, humidity, and carbon monoxide. It's Wi-Fi-enabled and works with both Apple HomeKit and Amazon Alexa.
Grid Connect ConnectSense Bluetooth Extender
The Grid Connect ConnectSense Bluetooth Extender gives customers additional control over their Bluetooth devices, including Grid Connect's Temperature and Humidity Sensor and its Water Sensor. It also integrates with Apple's Home app.
Grid Connect ConnectSense Temperature and Humidity Sensor
The Grid Connect ConnectSense Temperature and Humidity Sensor is a AAA-battery-powered sensor that relies on Bluetooth to operate. It's also HomeKit-enabled and works with Apple's Home app for iOS 10.
Grid Connect ConnectSense Water Sensor
Grid Connect's ConnectSense Water Sensor is a Bluetooth-enabled water detector. It's designed to be installed in basements, bathrooms, laundry rooms -- or anywhere else you might expect to find a water leak.
Like the temperature and humidity sensor, it's powered by two AAA batteries and it works with Apple's Home app for HomeKit's partner products.
Fibaro Flood Sensor
Fibaro's Flood Sensor also works with Apple HomeKit. Outfitted with water-detecting probes and an ambient temperature sensor, customers should be able to view the status of the sensor in Apple's Home app, as well as ask Siri if the basement is flooding.
Fibaro Motion Sensor
Fibaro's battery-powered Bluetooth Motion Sensor can track movement, temperature and light intensity. Use the Apple Home app for iOS 10 to track its status and ask Siri for ambient temperature readings.
Fibaro Door/Window Sensor
Not only is Fibaro's Door/Window Sensor designed to monitor whether a door, window or drawer is open or closed, it also has a built-in temperature sensor. The battery-powered sensor has seven different color finishes and it relies on Bluetooth. Customers can check in on its status via Apple's Home app for iOS 10 and ask Siri the temperature.
Kwikset Premis HomeKit-enabled Smart Lock
Kwikset's Premis HomeKit-enabled Smart Lock is also HomeKit-enabled. Use Apple's Home app to manage your lock or rely on Siri voice controls to lock and unlock your front door.
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