Philips Hue works
with Apple HomeKit

The new square-shaped Philips Hue bridge supports the hardware authentication required for Apple HomeKit and enables all your Philips Hue lights to work with Apple HomeKit technology. So, if you have the round-shaped Philips Hue bridge and want to use Apple HomeKit, you will need to get your hands on the new bridge. Once it's installed, you can discover the new possibilities of voice-control through Siri, or link Philips Hue to other HomeKit enabled accessories.

Unlocking
new features

Apple HomeKit technology provides an easy, secure way to control HomeKit-enabled accessories using Siri on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch. You can create your own custom scenes to control your home settings. For example, you can create a scene to automatically turn on the lights, unlock your doors, and set the thermostat to the desired temperature - using a single command.

Without touching
a button

One of the coolest new features enabled by linking Philips Hue to Apple Homekit is that you can use Siri to control your Philips Hue lights. Turn on your lights. Dim to the desired brightness. Recall pre-set scenes. Even tell Siri to set up for a party.

Siri commands


"Turn all lights off"


"Turn [light name] on"


"Set [scene name]"

How to upgrade your bridge

The new square-shaped Philips Hue bridge supports the hardware authentication required for Apple HomeKit and enables all your Philips Hue lights to work with Apple HomeKit technology. This means if you have the round-shaped Philips Hue bridge and want to use Apple HomeKit, you will need to get your hands on the new bridge. Your existing lights can be controlled via Apple HomeKit once the new Philips Hue bridge is installed. “Siri, turn on my lights!"


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