At WWDC 2014, Apple first announced HomeKit which it describes as a “framework in iOS 8 for communicating with and controlling connected accessories” around your home, and we’re starting to see the first HomeKit-enabled accessories announced. HomeKit is especially interesting as smart devices that use it can be controlled by Siri commands like “turn off the lights” or “lock the front door” and actions can even be grouped together. Below you’ll find our running list of the latest gadgets from CES 2015 to bring HomeKit automation and Siri integration to your home:

iHome HomeKit SmartPlugsiHome SmartPlug iSP5 three-prong wall pass-through with HomeKit ($40) model iSP6 will add a USB connector and iSP7 will include a remote (available later this year)

Insteon HomeKit Hub

Insteon Hub Pro with HomeKit support + app  ($149.99 pre-order)

iDevices Switch with HomeKit iDevices HomeKit-enabled Switch ($49 April 2015)

Incipio Direct Smart Power Strip

Incipio Direct Smart Power Strip ($59.99 available in Q2 2015)

Incipio Direct Wireless Smart Light Bulb Adapter

Incipio Direct Wireless Smart Light Bulb Adapter ($24.99 available in Q2 2015)

Incipio Direct Wireless Smart Wall Outlet

Incipio Direct Wireless Smart Wall Outlet ($24.99 available in Q2 2015)

We’ll continue adding and updating this list as more HomeKit-enabled products are announced and made available so keep an eye on this space.

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Zac Hall

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