The Facebook posts have since been erased by Chamberlain.
Also included is their press release from May 2015 where they explicitly state they will support HomeKit "this year (2015)".
Cory Sorice still works for Chamberlain. He had some positives things to say TWO YEARS AGO regarding HomeKit. Radio silence since.
"Chamberlain offers MyQ integration with other popular connected
devices. Chamberlain announces new support for Apple® HomeKit technology. With HomeKit,
customers can monitor and control their MyQ garage door from anywhere using their iPhone,
iPad or iPod touch."
That quote is taken from a Chamerblain press release.
We've been mislead. I encourage Cory Sorice to come to these forums and explain what the hold up is and what the resolution will be to those of us who have been lied to and mislead for two years based on his promises.
The date mentioned for the Home Bridge is April 2017 and for the new Smart Garage Hub is July 2017.
So lets wait and see.
Their arrogance is really upsetting me. Admit your mistake, make it right and move on. It will be very difficult for me to every buy another product from them. He is a snippet from their reply to me last night:
"The opener is Homekit "compatible" however you will need the MyQ Home Bridge."
Chamberlain has been trying to make it right by offering refunds to people who bought the bridge and you get to keep the bridge. Us Canadians were offered a free one for limited time as well for our inability to order one on the US site
People trying to get Class Action lawsuits over minimum wage paid representatives on social media, and the fact that Apple is the rip-off King when it comes to hardware/firmware compatibility with their products. Good luck! If it was as easy to release a firmware upgrade to allow HomeKit, then that would have happened, obviously Apple did not allow that.
But keep up the complaining because claiming to be a victim by missing out is the thing to do these days. If people were loyal enough, they would have not only looked for the email in time, but also was posted all over the web. The emails were not unique and just needed a link to the page.