Our homes are such personal places, are places where we deserve to feel safe and secure.
so home kit has been deserved from the outset to protect the privacy and security in your use of home accessories.
And no accessory is more personal than security cameras that film in and around your home Now unfortunately, most home cameras today send people's video up to the cloud.
So it can be analyzed to tell the difference between maybe a leaf blowing in the wind and someone at your door.
But unfortunately, this risks your privacy.
We have a new way, it's called HomeKit Secure Video.
Home Kit Secure Video.
In that case, the video was analysed in your home.
On your resident Ipad, Home Pod or Apple TV.
And then it's encrypted and securely sent to I Cloud where no-one not even Apple can see it.
Now of course, you'll be alerted if there's any activity, and you'll be able to review the recordings.
Now, storage for 10 days of clips will be included in your existing iCloud accounts, and it won't count against your storage, yeah.
Netatmo, Logitech, and Eufy would be among the first to provide these cameras with more to come.
Now in addition to cameras, home kit supports a wide variety of other accessories.
But many accessories don't just connect the home kit.
They also connect via the internet and through your router.
And unfortunately, this can leave them open to attack.
And we wanna make sure that this can't happen.
And so, we're bringing HomeKit to routers.
Now, with HomeKit at the router will automatically firewall off each of your accessories.
So, even if one would be compromised, it wouldn't be able to access your other devices or compromised your personal information.
The first HomeKit enabled routers will be coming from Linksys.
Eero and Internet service providers like Charter Spectrum.
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