Best HomeKit TVs 2023

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The best HomeKit TVs deliver high definition video along with complete control over your viewing through scenes and the remote app on your phone. HomeKit means that you can change inputs, volume levels, and of course, toggle it on and off through the iOS control center, Home app, Siri, or even with other HomeKit accessories via automation. Here's our roundup of the best HomeKit TVs that you can buy right now.

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The best HomeKit TVs provide users with so much more than just being able to turn them on and off with Siri or the Home app. These TVs can work with other HomeKit accessories like your lights in scenes and automation, creating the perfect movie night atmosphere in seconds. If you are looking for the ideal balance of size, image quality, and features, then the LG Nano 8 Series 55SM8600PUA is the one for you. This 55-inch TV supports 4K video, Dolby Vision IQ, HDR10, AirPlay 2, HomeKit, Alexa, Google Assistant, and so much more, all with a price that won't break the bank.

Want an even larger screen to go along with all of the sweet HomeKit goodness? Then check out the Vizio P-Series Quantum P75Q9-H1. With its massive 75-inch display, 240hz refresh rate, and its near bezel-less design, this beauty will make it seem like you are right there in all of the action. Whichever TV you choose, your viewing experience will benefit from deep iOS and HomeKit integration, making everything quicker, more comfortable, and just plain fun to control.

Christopher Close

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.