I’ve been looking for official HomeKit accessories and found the accessory list that Apple provides us is not complete at all. At the time of asking this question none of the “Circle View” from Logitech and “Temperature and humidity sensor” from Aqara is on the list for instance. I noticed others were also not on the list (August Wi-Fi lock, either), but let me give you a few examples here.

Could you tell me how I can get the whole complete list of HomeKit accessories? Or why aren’t they on the list in the first place? Is there any rules how they list the products like limiting to product lines and not mentioning generations of each line?

HomeKit accessory list from Apple: https://www.apple.com/ios/home/accessories/#section-sensors

Circle View from Logitech: https://www.logitech.com/en-us/product/circle-view-security-camera.961-000489.html ← I know it’s quite new, however, Apple should know it before its release since it is Apple who supervise its HomeKit compatibility.

Temperature and humidity sensor from Aqara: https://www.aqara.com/en/temperature_humidity_sensor.html

Thank you in advance!

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    New products come out and old products are removed all the time. Nobody has a 'complete list' of this anymore than there's a 'complete list' of iPhone or iPad accessories. Apple doesn't 'supervise HomeKit compatibility. They just publish the API. This looks like an XY Problem, what exactly are you looking for?
    – fsb
    Jun 12, 2020 at 12:19
  • Thank you for your response! I’m sorry for my frustrating question. I was just looking for the best HomeKit products and I thought it was better to look at the “complete list” to begin with. I wasn’t sure which category of HomeKit products I would get. Now I’m very confused which HomeKit manufacturer I should follow to have unified Smart home experience. Since I’ve heard we can make Not-HomeKit-ready products into HomeKit ready using Hoobs. I believe X is “which is the best HomeKit/non-HomeKit manufacturer?”.
    – Hiroshi728
    Jun 15, 2020 at 8:11


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