What you need to know
- The eufyCam 2 Pro is now available for purchase at Apple.
- Completely wireless camera supports HomeKit and HomeKit Secure Video.
- eufyCam 2 Pro is the first smart home product from Anker sold at Apple.
Anker's eufy Security smart home arm has announced that the eufyCam 2 Pro Camera System (opens in new tab) is now available for purchase at Apple stores and online at Apple.com. The wire-free HomeKit camera system is the first smart home product from the company to be sold at Apple.
The eufyCam 2 Pro sold at Apple consists of two wire-free cameras and eufy's HomeBase 2 hub for connecting it to home networks. The eufyCam 2 Pro cameras capture and stream video in 2K high definition resolution with a 140-degree wide field of view and support many smart staples like two-way audio and infrared night vision. eufy's camera also sports IP67 weather-resistance along with extra-long battery life that can last up to a year on a single charge.
The included HomeBase 2 hub allows the camera system to process motion events locally with A.I. that can filter out nuisance notifications and store recordings locally, without any additional fees. The HomeBase 2 also opens the doors to other eufy Security accessories, including its line of smart video doorbells and wireless cameras like the eufyCam 2C with an integrated spotlight.
eufy's Pro camera system works with HomeKit and HomeKit Secure Video features, including storing a rolling 10-days of motion events in iCloud with a paid storage plan, as well as recent additions in iOS 14 like Activity Zones and Face Recognition.
The eufyCam 2 Pro (opens in new tab) two camera system is available now for $349.95 at Apple, with additional add-on cameras also available for $149.99 at select retailers such as Amazon (opens in new tab) and Best Buy (opens in new tab).
Now at Apple
HomeKit Secure Video-enabled
The eufyCam 2 Pro two camera system at Apple includes two completely wireless IP67 weather-resistant cameras that can last up to 365-days on a single charge. These cameras support both HomeKit and the latest HomeKit Secure Video features like Face Recognition and Activity Zones.
Christopher spends most of his time writing and dreaming about all things HomeKit and the Home app. Whether it is installing smart light switches, testing the latest door locks, or automating his households daily routines, Christopher has done it all.
I have heard Eufy cameras don't have nearly the battery life as reported. I wonder if that continues with these new versions?
Neither do Arlos. I find that life is highly dependent on temperature and how much recording time is used. The cameras look for stuff all the time, but don't send video unless they see stuff, or you ask them to. The ones in the front of my house need charging way more than those in the back. I've been keeping track.
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