These are all of the accessories that support Apple HomeKit

HomeKit is a great way to control your home from your iPhone or iPad. You can do everything from set the temperature to turning your lights on. You can even control your entire house with Siri. But knowing which products work with the system can be confusing.

But we're here to help with that, with this list of all of the accessories and appliances that Apple says work with HomeKit (opens in new tab). We'll continually update this list as more HomeKit products come to market.



Indoor sensors



Outdoor sensors

Smart plugs



Have you set up any HomeKit accessories or appliances yet? Do you have any favorite Siri commands for your home? Be sure to let us know.

Joseph Keller

Joseph Keller is the former Editor in Chief of iMore. An Apple user for almost 20 years, he spends his time learning the ins and outs of iOS and macOS, always finding ways of getting the most out of his iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, and Mac.

  • I chose Lutron for my primary interface. I use it for lights and shades. I have Philips hue light strips and an ecobee thermostat. Using Siri to control the color of the light strips is fun. Using it to control the shades is impressive. I use both Siri and Alexa to control the devices. Siri control is more complete than the Echo.
    I also have a Schlage lock which Siri controls quite well.
    I would note that Hunter has announced HomeKit support for two of its fans but neither is available yet. I have one on order.
  • I'm thinking about getting the Hunter fan also. Let us know how you like it when you get it installed...
  • I'd rather this list be grouped by type: Lights, Thermostats, Sensors, Locks, Plugs, Switches, etc.. Grouping by manufacturer is difficult to read and compare.
  • Mavsguy842- if you would rather the list be grouped that way then I suggest you make it yourself! I can't believe your username was an idea from ladies man 217
  • What are you babbling about?
  • This list comes directly from the Apple web site: That's the way Apple chose to present it. It apparently was just copied here.
  • The FirstAlert safe isn't listed.
  • It should probably be noted that having the Insteon Hub Pro instantly enables the use of hundreds of Insteon devices; all accessible through Apple's Home app.
  • It should also be noted that the Insteon Hub Pro is not something a sane person should purchase. Even its main seller,, admits that it was released well before it was ready; they have a return rate that's well over 50%. Until a new version of this device is released (or the maker of Indigo, a software "hub", can be convinced to implement HomeKit interfacing in their product), Insteon is, for all practical purposes, outside the HomeKit family. (Which sucks for me, because HomeKit and Hub Pro was why I bought Insteon stuff in the first place.)
  • Come on garage door openers, Canary, and Ring!
  • Yes, where's the garage opener!!! Sent from the iMore App
  • Can't use much living in an apartment.