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After reading about the MyQ compatibility with Homecare I decided to purchase one. In the literature it says that the MyQ Garage comes out of the box compatible with HomeKit, however, after receiving (model m0201) it, it doesn't seem to recognize HomeKit or set it up. Having Siri control was the reason I purchased MyQ. It is compatible and works as advertised or is this something that is coming a future version?
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Scott,

I apologize for the delay on this response. Chamberlain is in the process of partnering with Apple for HomeKit. Once this takes place, your MyQ Garage will receive a firmware update and you will be good to go. There will be an announcement when this takes place. 

If you have any more questions, let me know.
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From the posts Chamberlain is getting all the blame for the delay. My guess is Apple is the cause of the delay.

One person has written some code to get around the problem.

I only want the Chamberlain APP to have a timer function for vacation.


Is anyone at Chamberlain listening ??? I am guessing my next garage door will have all these problems solved. 
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We can only speculate on why there's a delay. That said, Lutron, August, Schlage, First Alert, Eve, ecobee, Honeywell, Insteon, Philips, Insipeo, iHome, Temp, iDevices, ConnectSense, and others all released their HomeKit products when iOS 9 became available. Chamberlain's MyQ Garage is the only product I know of that's a no-show. That doesn't sound like Apple is the cause of this delay.

THAT said... If there's a technical glitch that's delaying this, I'd rather Chamberlain just say that. After all, we want a product that works. But just let us know. People have (and continue) to purchase this product because HomeKit. We just want to know it's definitely still coming, but delayed. That would go a long way.
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Agreed. I have only so much patience: I am HomeKit equipping my home now. Not at some unspecified time in the future.
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Agreed about that too. I have about 10 more switched and I am pretty much complete. The difficult thing is Chamberlain is currently the only garage door manuf on the market that has partnered with the Apple on HomeKit. If another door lift manuf gets into the market, I foresee a mass exodus here...
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Agreed about that too. I have about 10 more switched and I am pretty much complete. The difficult thing is Chamberlain is currently the only garage door manuf on the market that has partnered with the Apple on HomeKit. If another door lift manuf gets into the market, I foresee a mass exodus here...
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Awesome news thanks. Looking forward to this feature.
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What about the older model?
Can it be upgraded?
If not, do existing owners get a discount to purchase the new homekit compatible version?
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I am waiting on a response. I apologize for the delay. 
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ETA ?
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Mark,
I have reached out to the development team again. I will update you as soon as I hear something. 
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Unfortunately, I do not have an ETA. 
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is there gonna be a home kit update for intranet gATEWAY
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This is beginning to look a bit like a runaround. Either it will be HomeKit compatible or not and Chamberlain should be able to answer the question. If it is compatible and only requires a firmware update then when will that come.
I suspect it may require a hardware update and Chamberlain is trying to figure out how to deal with the justifiable backlash from buyers who made the purchase decision based on eventual HomeKit compatibility.
C'mon Chamberlain..what is it?
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I purchased the MyQ Internet Connectivity Kit (Model: CIGCWCMyQ) with the impression it and the Chamberlain iOS app were HomeKit compatible... just installed the kit today.  If there is no response regarding this – within the allotted time to return the equipment – I will be returning the kit.  Please don't give us the runaround.  As the previous poster stated, "Either it will be HomeKit compatible or not ."  We need to know, and – if so – we need to know if the current MyQ equipment will work or not with HomeKit.  HomeKit support/compatibility is a big deal – it is very much desired!  And, there is no good reason for it to take this long to get a simple answer.  Thanks!!
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The MyQ Internet Connectivity Kit will not be HomeKit compatible. As I stated previously, the MyQ Garage will receive a firmware update when HomeKit is available. We will also have Wi-Fi garage door openers that are specifically made with HomeKit. 
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"We will also have Wi-Fi garage door openers that are specifically made with HomeKit."


I am about to replace 2 openers with 2 Liftmaster 8550W openers. Are theses HomeKit enabled? Nowhere on the website does it give me the impression that the 8550w has HomeKit. After reading your comment, I am hopeful as many consumers consider this to be a big deal. Is the HomeKit logo on the box so that I can check them when the installer comes out?
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Is model # WD850KEVG Homekit compatible?
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Alan - I apologize for the delay on this, I was waiting to get more information. The 8550W is HomeKit compatible. 
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Tony - I apologize for the delay to you as well. HomeKit will not be compatible to the WD850KEVG. 
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While we can’t release details without unveiling our product plans, we can say that MyQ Garage will only require a firmware update and the MyQ experience within HomeKit will be worth the wait.

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Any news on a date?
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Not at this time. 
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And at THIS time?
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Hi Dawn. A related question concerning products and HomeKit compatibility.  I know the MyQ Garage is being updated.  But what about another product: the Chamberlain Internet Gateway.

I have a three car garage with two doors, and currently use Chamberlain garage door openers that are MyQ capable.  Right now, I would need to buy the Chamberlain Internet Gateway in order to connect the doors to my wireless, and therefore to the MyQ app on my phone. 

My question is - will the Internet Gateway be updated (either by hardware, software or both) so that it is HomeKit-compatible?

I know you said the Connectivity Kit won't be (which the Gateway is part of), and that newer garage door openers will be.  But to me, the Gateway is really just a bridge, and not that different from the MyQ Garage.  Leaving all older MyQ garage door openers and light controls enabled by MyQ technology out to dry seems like a raw deal.

Thanks - Chris

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I'm seriously anxious for the Siri integration!
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This sucks.  I just installed the Interconnectivity Kit last month and I think it is too late to return.  I didn't know that the MyQ garage existed, but I don't think I like the solution anyway.  I have so many other devices and light switches that will be Homekit compatible including the Insteon Hub Pro which will still be able to control all my light switches that I installed in 2008.  Eventually I would like to control my front door with a Schlage Sense lock and my thermostat with Nest.  Half the lights in my house are already Insteon switches currently controlled by my Mac via software.  I've automated my home with Indigo Software and Insteon switches for 7 years now, it will be nice to control everything with Siri.   With the new Insteon Hub Pro all these switches will be compatible with Apple Home Kit- and that's the key with Apple Homekit- it appears that Apple doesn't allow software to be Homekit compatible only hardware.  So although I have a software based controller for all my lights currently I have to buy the Insteon Hub Pro to make my light switches Homekit compatible.

So this being the case I imagine Chamberlain came up with a quick solution and created MyQ garage- a hub that whose hardware could be updated via firmware. That's basically the main difference perhaps between the Connectivity Kit and MyQ Garage- the ability to have firmware updates.  They had to go this way because Apple Homekit is a hardware based specification.   I think Chamberlain could make the Connectivity Kit work if they came up with a solution that was hardware based.   A homekit compatible bridge that could control and give commands to the Connectivity Kit perhaps?   Or better yet a redesign of the door controller itself that was HomeKit compatible, but does not necessitate us from replacing the internet gateway and one that was discounted to previous owners of the older MyQ controllers.

The reason being is this.  Even if I hadn't bought the Internnectivity Kit I don't think I would have bought the MyQ Garage because it looks like it such a poorly thought out design.  The Interconnectivity Kit is so much more elegant and I bet it will be the more reliable unit in the long run- especially in regards to those sensors that are attached by stickers to a moving door???  Really?  I understand by creating the new Hub they eliminated the need for the internet gateway device and the need to have an ethernet connection to the router, but I would take that minor convenience ANY day of the week if it meant avoiding drilling into my concrete ceiling (that is 18 feet off the ground as my house's first floor is required to be 11 feet above sea level).  There's no way I could get up there to install this thing myself.  Secondly, I live in Florida, by code we have steel garage doors that are hurricane proof.  I can't drill holes into my garage door so I would be forced to use the stickers.  Problem is we have a relative humidity level of about 80% year round in the garage and an average temperature between 90-95 degrees F in the garage during the majority of the summer months.  There is NO WAY those stickers will hold up to these conditions attached to a steel door that shakes and vibrates vigorously when it opens and closes and the inside of which gets wet when you open the door in the rain.  Check it yourself!  Those sensors will be hitting the floors within 1 year or less in any states south of the Mason Dixie line and all you are going to hear are a ton of complaints.   I guarantee it!  

Honestly I'm surprised that Chamberlain came up with such a poor solution that required homeowners to drill holes and tape sensors to a garage door.  That's such a cheesy low class design!  C'mon!  (If Steve Jobs saw this solution I don't think he would have approved.)  I have Insteon, Nest, and Apple products in my house.   I bought a LiftMaster door opener because I thought it was the best silent garage door opener on the market. It was the best.   I don't think the MyQ Garage product is up to snuff with the rest of my devices.  I wanted a Homekit compatible garage door opener as my Insteon Hub Pro will also be able to control Homekit compatible devices such as the MyQ Garage for tighter integration of my home automation but the design of the MyQ Garage looks like it was rushed or not well thought out.  People who buy iphones, Macs, AppleTVs and watches, Insteon devices, Nest products, Schlage locks etc.. (like me)  don't want to be taping things to walls or doors.

The Interconnectivity kit continues to be a much cleaner and easier solution.  Just 5 minutes to change the garage door opener panel and your done.  No stickers, no drills.  Just a reliable solution and the sensitive electronics stay in the homerun closet where they belong away from the heat and humidity of the garage.  All we need now is a HomeKit compatible door panel opener.

Chamberlain, please consider a Homekit update to the Connectivity kit for those of us who have been loyal to your quality products.  Thank you.
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I think a lot of companies were expecting a HomeKit announcement last week when they announced the New Apple TV. That has came and gone without any word from Apple and left a lot of these HomeKit hardware manufacturers scrambling on how to answer these things. After 2 years of announcing HomeKit and Siri, still no real solid answers.
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My understanding is that HomeKit is coming with the iOS 9 update they announced last week for release Sept 16—tomorrow (see www.apple.com/ios/homekit/). I simply would like to know if the MYQ-G0201 and MYQ-G0201A models are the same. Amazon and Chamberlain sites sell the former but Apple sells the latter.
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The MYQ-G0201 and the MYQ-G0201A are exactly the same. The one with the A is put in a different box to sell through from Apple. 
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HomeKit was introduced with iOS 8 and doesn't require AppleTV.  iOS 9 introduced the ability to control HomeKit devices via iCloud
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That has been a lot of people's assumptions. I am running the beta of iOS 9.1 and it's the same HomeKit info as in iOS 8.4.1. In Settings, General, Privacy - you would have the HomeKit settings now as well. It's been there for over a year. Without Apple announcing HomeKit during the iPhone 6s and new Apple TV release, no one knows what's going on. The new Apple TV is going to be the "hub" for Siri and HomeKit.
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The Lutron app supports homekit on 8.4
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It's been a while since I started this thread, so I thought I would chime back in. I'm going to read between the lines here, but if Chamberlain is in fact going to update the MyQgarage with the symbol firmware update I think there's a strong possibility that they've already built the firmware chip necessary into the device and are just waiting to fully enable it. The fact that they are ready have garage door openers that are home kit capable is a strong indicator that they have the chipset necessary to do this. Considering those garage doors openers came out prior to that Mike you again it only makes sense that that hardware-based chip that one of the people here were referring to is ready in the MyQ garage

Regarding the Lutron app comparability, it is not really the app that is driving the comparability. It is the Lutron smart hub that drives the home kit compatibility and capabilities in iOS 8.4. I own the Lutron smart hub as well. HomeKit interaction with Lutron is all funneled through the Lutron smart hub. The Lutron devices, like the Caseta line, are simply pairing with the Smart hub. They are also compatible with the Wink hub ( I do have one of these too) which is not HomeKit capable. Like Lutron's Caseta dimmers the MyQ m201 IS Compatible with the wink hub. So, in essence the MyQ garage currently can act independently or as simply acting as a device off of the wink hub. For now, I am leveraging the wink hub to turn on certain lights as soon as I open up the garage door. With MyQ.

Honestly, I am anticipating with the firmware update to activate the HK chip(and an app update) to provide the HomeKit compatibility that I will move the pairing from the wink directly to home kit, and then be able to use Siri and Geo fencing to open my garage door automatically and then activate the lights through the Lutron set versus leveraging wink.

If you're wondering, the reason I have the wink hub is because it also connects to Amazons echo. The always keyword listening echo makes lighting changes a bit more smoothly than scrambling to find my phone and leveraging Siri. Honestly, it's because everyone in my household can then use it to turn on and off lighting versus each person and having to carry around their phone. What I am looking forward to in moving the MyQgarage to home kit is Geo fencing and the rules I can apply from there

Someone else mentioned the new AppleTV, I was expecting something more in reference to an always listening type device from Apple . Opposed to the Siri button on a remote. No mention of ATV acting as a home hub was a bit disheartening too.

My suggestion is to be patient and let's see what comes up with tomorrow's iOS 9 release an app updates that will follow from there.
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Jason, completely agree. I have the Apple Watch, but not the 6S yet.  But, that is great for me personally, but not my family. They need to hunt phones if I go all HK. Down the road this will get better.  I am planning to use an old phone as an always listening base near Alexa... but Apple really needs to move into always listening for a key word similar to the Echo. 

One last thing, the Echo "feels" so much faster and more quickly responsive than Siri and it pains me to say that. When Siri is really rocking she keeps up or is faster, but too often there is a couple second delay and that does not really happen often to the Echo. Don't get me wrong, Siri has gotten so much better over the years and is stunning on the AW. Hopefully, that has transitioned to the 6S(+) too, but the 6 still has a bit of a delay that does not need to be there...
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The 6s information is incorrect. Any iPhone since iOS 8 has the option for "Allow Hey Siri". That way you can say "Hey Siri, open the garage door".In fact, everyone living in my home with an iPhone can open doors, raise/lower temp, etc quickly. Scott, what do you mean "hunt iPhones"?
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Actually you are partially correct. Pre-6s iPhones must be plugged in to a power source to allow "Hey Siri." The 6s will allow it anytime.
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Yup on the pre-6S needing to be plugged in. What I meant about hunt iPhones is if my wife leaves her phone charging in the kitchen or the boys (they are young) leaving theirs in the basement or somewhere else in the house...
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After being burnt by Philip Hue and August Lock "firmware updates", I for one have my fingers crossed. Don't need anymore $60 hubs or hardware upgrades. Early adoption bites sometimes!
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There is nothing to see in iOS 9. I am currently running the final 9.1 bits and HomeKit is the same as it was in 8.4. If the MyQ is ready to go I don't know what is taking them so long unless they are having trouble cramming Apple's security into the memory space available on their chip.
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I'm running iOS 9.1 as well, I think we are holding out for possibly a new HomeKit app tomorrow when the official update hits. The watch will get updated to 2.0 and I would expect and upgraded app for that as well. Fingers crossed for a new HomeKit app to be released tomorrow.
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I am only guessing but it seem like dealers are waiting until the new apple tv comes out. Lutron seems to be the only one able to work for now. These are going to be exciting times and I believe your going to see many hiccups in the beginning with consumers trying to pull all the various types of home automation products together. I see our kids living in a home that will be nothing but siri controlled stuff. I have been planning for this 2 years ago with lights, locks and plugs.  
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I bought the HD950WF after being assured by Chamberlain customer support that it was HomeKit compatible. However this statement, "We will also have Wi-Fi garage door openers that are specifically made with HomeKit", makes it sound as though there aren't any yet. So is it or not? If not, why did customer support say it was? I haven't opened it yet so I would like to know.
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Grant - I checked into this for you, it should work. When HomeKit becomes available, if you have any issues, you can contact us here or call tech support and we will get it resolved. 
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Reviewing, it does not look like it based on the specs. I think customer service is confusing "Homelink" compatibility (an automotive protocol) with HomeKit (Apple's home automation). They have done this to me as well a couple times. That said, it is MyQ enabled so if it IS like the MyQ Garage it is prepped for it, and just waiting on a firmware upgrade to fully enable. That said, I would absolutely confirm with CS again before installing.

I have the MyQ Garage add on to my older craftsman and the app works really well. I am struggling with multiple push notification alerts, but it is great. Like many I am waiting on the firmware upgrade to get HomeKit integration.
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i'm confused, i just ordered the MyQ and is it homekit compatible or not?  can I use Siri to control my garage door?   MyQ to arrive in 2 days
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Jon, you are correct, once the update is available. 
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Do we have a sense of when this update might be coming?
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Sorry harmelin, we do not at this time. 
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Okay, will i'm getting close to the end of return policy of my kit... will it be soon or should i return it and buy it again when the kit is homekit compatible.  I fear i will be stuck in buying a new hub like Ecobee and Hue
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Jeff - Did you order the MyQ Garage? 
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The apple website
http://www.apple.com/us/shop/accessories/all-accessories/home-automation
suggests that MyQ Garage is certified by Apple to be Homekit compatible.
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I've asked Apple on their Chamberlin product page. I think perhaps the hold up is on Apple's end due to security issues. I've enjoyed using the MyQ, but agree that Siri voice capabilities will greatly enhance the experience.
This article is interesting in regards to the issue right now and I agree that probably Apple see the new AppleTV as a central hub for households. (Due out late October).

http://www.cultofmac.com/329975/apples-security-obsession-is-slowing-down-homekit-rollout/
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It is possible to use Siri with the MyQ today, but its not for the faint of heart https://github.com/nfarina/homebridge. But once you get it setup + working, it's pretty amazing to say "Siri, close the garage door" and watch the magic happen. 
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@tomw22 - thats AWESOME thank you for the link; I found my Device ID via the instructions (http://imgur.com/a/tG6Ng) but holy cow I'm far from complete on this.  Have you gotten this to run successfully and with what operating system are you using this with?  I am very anxious for MyQ to get HomeKit going because the iOS is pretty sluggish.
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Yeah, its works great for me. I've run Homebridge on Mac and Linux. Just go slow, follow the directions, and start with a very simple config file with just the MyQ entry. Then you can say "Siri, close the garage door..." 
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I also got this working although I wasted a bunch of time trying to figure out why the status was wrong. Turns out, current code doesn't really report that correctly. BUT  what is crazy is "some guy" can write a few lines of code to get this working with HomeKit and Siri, but Chamberlain refuses to support it. That is pretty infuriating.
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Is the WD1000WF going to be compatible with HomeKit?
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Richard - I apologize for the delay. Yes, this unit will be HomeKit compatible. 
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which garage door openers will be homekit compaitlbe? I have a garage door opener being installed on Friday.  I ordered this one (wd962kev) but now wondering if I should take it back and get this one instead (hd750wf).
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Ben - I apologize for the delay on this response, I was waiting for additional information. The WD962KEV is not HomeKit compatible. The HD750WF is HomeKit compatible. 
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So I just got a new garage door opener with MyQ built in, but not WiFi built in. I have to use the Hub that attaches to my router. I have been really pleased by the MyQ stuff, but I was expecting that a firmware Homekit upgrade is coming. Based upon this thread I am starting to wonder whether that won't apply to my equipment and I'll be stuck with this outdated garage door opener that I just had installed. Communication and clarity on this is pretty crummy.
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When When When!!!!!!!!!!
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Apple sells this on their website as compatible. I just got the score of the century today. Unopened at Target on clearance for 38.99. When will it work with home kit?

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