Mac OS, Mac OS Mojave, and Apple have both released new versions of their popular iOS home automation app HomeKit.
The new versions include several new features, such as a feature that lets you track the location of your home and the location and status of your other devices, and an “auto-lock” feature that will lock your home when it detects that your iPhone, iPad, or Mac has not been charged for an hour.
HomeKit is an open source product that lets developers control the way their home network functions, so developers can build more powerful automation systems.
In a release video released on Wednesday, HomeKit developer David Lappe talks about HomeKit’s many features, including the new location tracking feature.
Homekit is a powerful and open-source iOS automation system that allows you to create a network of connected devices and control them from within your iPhone.
Apple first released HomeKit for iOS in October 2016.
Its popularity exploded with Apple Watch and MacOS Sierra, and the app has grown into a worldwide phenomenon.