The timing is interesting, especially with WWDC kicking off today. For the time being, an iPhone app is required to manipulate Philips Hue lighting. Adding HomeKit into the mix will bring new features to users and expand support to cover the likes of Siri.
Unfortunately, Philips failed to go into detail about what this will mean for those with Hue kits installed at home, but more information is promised for September. Remain tuned to our feeds for more news from WWDC. Check out the video on Facebook (linked below - we had to remove it from this article).
Source: Facebook (Philips)
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