IOS 16 confirms the death of this iPad HomeKit feature
10 days ago - By iMore
What you need to know
Code found within iOS 16 confirmed that the iPad will no longer be supported as a HomeKit hub.
HomeKit users will now need an Apple TV or a HomePod mini to act as their hub.
The iPad gets a little less helpful with HomeKit in iOS 16.
Want to use your iPad to run your HomeKit house? Apple has some bad news for you.
Spotted by MacRumors contributor Steve Moser, Apple has confirmed that the iPad will no longer be supported as a HomeKit hub when iPadOS 16 launches this fall. The company will display a warning for users in the Home app that alerts them to the change:
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