Best HomeKit temperature sensors in 2023

The best HomeKit temperature sensors are an excellent and convenient way to monitor your home's climate. With a HomeKit temperature sensor, you'll get reports on the current temperature of any given room (or from the great outdoors) on-demand, either through the Home app or Siri. Plus, with HomeKit automation, you can set things like HomeKit ceiling fans to turn on automatically when it gets a little too stuffy. Here are our picks for the best HomeKit temperature sensors.

The Best HomeKit temperature sensors you can buy

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Stay comfy with the best HomeKit temperature sensors

The best HomeKit temperature sensors leverage the power of Apple's smart home ecosystem to do more than just tell you the current temperature in a room. These sensors can work with other devices, enabling genuinely magical automation potential. For example, you can turn on a ceiling fan when the temperature gets too hot or fire up a space heater when it gets chilly.

In the market for a sensor with a built-in display that doesn't require a hub? Then take a look at the Eve Room with Thread. This sensor monitors temperature and measures VOC levels, air quality, and humidity. If you need a sensor for the outdoors, then the Eve Weather is a great alternative — especially with support for Thread connectivity.

If you already have some Hue gear in your home, then the Philips Hue Motion Sensor may be the one for you. This sensor works with the Hue Bridge, which offers the rock-solid performance and reliability that the system is famous for — and since it detects motion, it opens up a world of automation possibilities.

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.

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