iPads might lose their smart home hub abilities in iOS 16
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iPads might lose their smart home hub abilities in iOS 16

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Apple will no longer let you use an iPad as a home hub to control HomeKit accessories starting with iOS 16, MacRumors reports. Text apparently found in iOS 16’s second developer beta by MacRumors contributing writer Steve Moser spells out the change.

“A home hub is required to take advantage of features like receiving accessory notifications and allowing other people to control your home,” text in the Home app reportedly reads. “You will not be able to view shared homes until those homes are also upgraded to the latest HomeKit. iPad will no longer be supported as a home hub.”

“Only Apple TV and HomePod are supported as home hubs.”

If the change goes into effect as the found text suggests, it means you’ll need to use a HomePod, HomePod…

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