Apple introduces Siri for third-party devices
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Apple introduces Siri for third-party devices

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Siri is finally coming to third-party devices. Apple announced at its WWDC keynote that HomeKit accessory makers will be able to integrate Siri voice control into their devices later this year. The voice assistant will be routed through a HomePod if the devices are connected to your network.

Apple hasn’t released a comprehensive list of devices and brands that will support Siri. The company demoed it on an Ecobee thermostat during its WWDC keynote presentation.

Apple also announced a number of new smart home features. Home Keys, which allow you to remotely lock and unlock doors, are now supported in the Wallet app.

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