The Apple HomeKit API allows developers to coordinate and control home automation accessories from multiple vendors using a single interface. This API can be used to discover compatible devices, add compatible devices to the home configuration database, manage data for devices in the database, and communicate with configured accessories to make them perform actions.
This API is accessible using SDKs for iOS 8.0+, Mac Catalyst 14.0+ (Beta), tvOS 10.0+, and watchOS 2.0+.
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Apple iOS 8 opens new areas of iOS and enables developers to extend the content and functionality of their applications. Developers can create customized experiences in the realms of photo editing, sharing, notifications, keyboard, documents, and actions. There are over 4,000 new APIs enabling new capabilities and features. Some of the major new APIs, which cover gaming, photo tools, health/fitness, the cloud, home automation, etc., include Metal, SceneKit, SpriteKit, CloudKit, HomeKit, HealthKit, Camera, PhotoKit, Swift, and TouchID.