Apple's HomeKit platform debuted in 2014, and products started rolling out during summer 2015. In 2017, there is now a full ecosystem of HomeKit products covering nearly every category of today's smart home. HomeKit devices have the distinction of being some of the most secure home automation products on the market due to Apple's strict encryption requirements, making it an easy choice for those concerned about privacy and security. To get started with HomeKit, all you need is a recent iPhone, iPad or iPod touch, and one or more devices from the lists below. And then you can start saying "Hey, Siri...it's movie time!" and your home automation wishes will come true!
This page is updated regularly, most recent update: September 8, 2017. This guide showcases products that will work in many parts of the world, some of which are U.S.-only. Look for additional country/region links to localized versions.
There are numerous HomeKit-related product launches currently occurring, and updates to this guide may be slightly behind announcements of new or retroactively-upgraded HomeKit products. Thank you for your patience.
Smart light bulbs and other kinds of smart lighting are the easiest way to start automating your home. Just screw them in or plug them in, link them up to your iOS device and you're up and running! In the past, most smart lighting has required a hub or bridge device to operate, which usually meant buying a starter kit...but some of today's offerings run independently.
Koogeek Smart Bulb [120/240]
The first no-hub-required HomeKit smart, color-changing LED bulb in an unusual design. (US-UK)
Nanoleaf Aurora [120/240/A/G/I]
System of interlocking geometric panels, with endless color and animation possibilities.
Nanoleaf Smart Ivy [120/240/HUB/A/G/I]
Geometric-designed A19 smart bulbs and smart hub with exposed LEDs, innovative design.
Like smart lighting, these are also super-easy ways of automating existing lights and appliances. It couldn't be simpler than plugging in a smart "outlet" into an existing outlet, and then plugging-in the thing you want to control. Done and done!
ConnectSense Smart Outlet 
2 separately-controlled outlets, 2.4A USB port, energy monitor
iDevices Outdoor Switch [120/A/G]
2 outlets, single control, energy monitor
iDevices Socket [120/A/G]
Dimmer, multi-color night light, E26/27 bulbs
iHome iSP6 Smart Plug [120/A/G/S]
Basic on/off functionality
Incipio CommandKit Smart Outlet 
Incipio CommandKit Smart Socket 
Dimmer, for E26/27 bulbs
Insteon Hub Pro 
Insteon's HomeKit hub enables many Insteon dimmers, outlets, switches, etc for HomeKit use.
Koogeek Smart Outlet P2 [120/A]
Energy monitor, night light
Koogeek Smart Power Strip 
3 separately-controlled outlets, 3 USB ports
Opro9 iu9 Smart Outlet [120/240]
OPSO Smart Outlet 
First HomeKit smart outlet for China
Parce Plus Smart Outlet 
Energy monitor (EU)
WIFIPLUG HOME Smart Outlet [240/A/G/I]
Energy monitor, "world's smallest smart outlet" (UK)
If you're interested in controlling existing lights, ceiling fans and other wired-in devices, you can opt to replace existing wall switches and dimmers with smart ones. You'll gain remote control, scheduling and all the other HomeKit conveniences.
Koogeek Dimmer 
Koogeek Switch 
Leviton Decora Smart Dimmer 
Multi-way compatible, adjustable fade rate
Leviton Decora Smart Switch 
(All devices in this category require a neutral wire for proper installation and operation.)
Smart locks and home security cameras are very popular right now in home automation. And, trust us, once you install a smart lock and let it unlock for you when you arrive home, you'll never know how you lived without one! Some locks, like Friday and August, just replace the inner portion of the lock and are great for renters. Others replace the entire deadbolt assembly, sometimes requiring a re-key but offering features like an outside touchscreen for code entry.
Chamberlain MyQ Home Bridge 
Upgrades MyQ garage door systems to HomeKit
D-Link Omna 180 Camera
Motion alerts, 180° view, night vision,
local recording storage only, indoor use only.
Friday Smart Lock [B]
Converts existing lock, "smallest smart lock"
Schlage Sense [B]
Replaces lock, touchscreen, tamper alarm
Yale Assure Lock SL [B]
Replaces lock, interchangeable network modules
OK, we'll admit, the Nest thermostat essentially launched the modern smart home industry. Sadly, it isn't HomeKit compatible. But don't fret, there are many sleek and sexy smart thermostats that are! Options like the ecobee3 and ecobee4 even come with a remote sensor to help heat or cool your home more intelligently. Pretty cool!
Bryant HouseWise Wi-Fi Thermostat [A]
Dealer-only, Perfect Humidity technology
Carrier Cor Thermostat [A]
Dealer-only, Hybrid Heat technology
DeLonghi MDH Heater 
Multi-Dynamic Technology (Japan)
ecobee3 Lite [A/I/S]
Basic smart thermostat
With remote multi-sensor
With Alexa on-board and remote multi-sensor
Heatmiser Neo 
Upgraded Heatmiser hub enables HomeKit support
Honeywell Lyric Round [A/G/I/S]
Classic round design
iDevices Thermostat [A]
LCD screen, classic push-button controls
Sensi Wi-Fi Thermostat [A]
Humidity sensing, standard-size footprint
Sensi Touch Wi-Fi Thermostat [A]
Touch display, adjustable backlighting
Might it be time to spin out that old ceiling fan? Hunter, a leader in ceiling fans for over a century, makes a great line-up of HomeKit-compatible fans. They're great options if you're not up to retrofitting your existing ceiling fan, to be sure!
White, sleek modern design with upturned blade tips and frosted light canopy
Lutron Serena Shades [HUB/A/G/I/S]
Multiple styles and colors to choose from,
integrate directly with Lutron Caseta system.
Soma Smart Shade Controller [HUB/A/B]
Controls existing shades and curtains, solar panel included for auto-recharging.
Detecting smoke and carbon monoxide in the home is important, of course. But ensuring that you get an alert about it if you're away from home is even more important. Be notified immediately on your iOS device if there's a problem at home with one of these detection devices from First Alert.
First Alert Onelink
Carbon Monoxide Detector 
Also monitors temperature and humidity, LED light ring shows easy-to-see status alerts. Tabletop.
Just like detecting fires early, being able to detect improper air quality and water leaks is equally important. Especially for vacation homes in cold climates...burst pipes can easily cause thousands of dollars of damage incredibly quickly. These sensors run on Bluetooth, with batteries that last months at a time and alert you when they need replacing.
iHome 5-in-1 Smartmonitor [120/240]
Monitors motion, temperature, humidity, ambient light and sound. Powered via micro-USB.
While commanding your HomeKit home via Siri and apps is really cool, sometimes there's nothing like having an actual physical button to press when you need to get something done and voice or apps don't make sense. These buttons are great to put right where the control makes sense, like activating smart lighting or appliances on smart outlets.
There are many HomeKit-compatible products that have been promised by manufacturers like LIFX, Netatmo, Canary, Ring, GE, Kuna and others...but they haven't quite hit the market yet. Some companies are re-evaluating existing product plans due to Apple's announcement this summer that it will be easier to make devices HomeKit compatible, while maintaining the high security and privacy standards. We'll keep you updated and add to this guide as new products hit the market.