Apple’s HomeKit: Safer, but not hack-proof
The age of connected homes is upon us, and if Apple gets it right, this might actually work.
HomeKit was among the many new features Apple (AAPL) unveiled Monday at its Worldwide Developer Conference. It’s software to help you manage your Internet-connected door locks, lights, thermostat and other connected gadgets and appliances.
The benefits are more than mere convenience, though. Apple is known for demanding higher safety and quality standards of its partners. That’s comforting news for those worried about hackers spying on your home via buggy devices.
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