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Manage your smart home

your HomeKit accessories, it’s only natural to head for Apple’s own Home app. That’s logical, and it’ll certainly get the job done, but it’s not necessarily the best choice. Home’s design pushes certain aspects of accessory control into the background — try tweaking the color of your lights, for instance, and you’ll need to navigate through at least two screens before you’re given that

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