Apple’s Next Move? It’s Obvious. But We’re Missing It.
Seyi Fabode

Interesting, but it always come to my mind the centralized nature of the networks powering all the “Smart Home” innovations, giving control of your home and your data to a company regardless of how secure is their system is risky.

Also, those IoT advances must be really useful, turning on and off the light at the lamp next to you or the fan or the coffe machine looks like unfulfilled potential, I also cite studies proving the loss of focus when checking your smartphone just after waking up.

  • Turning on and off the thermostat or the security system, even the curtains, seem useful.
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