「Without stepping foot in Las Vegas or making a single announcement of its own, Apple is having one of its best CES conferences in years, as companies turned to HomeKit en masse to boost their smart offerings,」 Michael Simon writes for Macworld.
「While Google Assistant and Alexa controlled their fair share of the CES spotlight, they did little to overshadow Siri,」 Simon writes. 「In fact, Apple』s HomeKit was one of the surprise winners of this year』s show, as Sony, LG, GE, Vizio, Belkin, Arlo, Ikea, TP-Link and several others all rolled out products and updates featuring HomeKit integration, an abrupt turnaround from previous shows that all but ignored the iPhone maker』s smart home ambitions.」
「When the new HomeKit-enabled products start hitting the market later this year, consumers won』t need to buy specific HomeKit-enabled hardware, an earlier requirement that inhibited Apple』s smart home growth,」 Simon writes. 「With a few exceptions, customers will soon have the option to use one of three AI assistants each time they make a request to control something in their home, and that means one thing: Siri needs to seriously step its game.」
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MacDailyNews Take: John Giannandrea to Siri』s rescue, hopefully!
2019 could very well be the year where HomeKit and Siri really come into their own. We』re already getting excited for WWDC in June!
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