Apple announced HomeKit last month, a new API that can connect your home to your Apple device and control devices and appliances.
The feature is expected to be available to new HomeKit devices this fall.
The company also unveiled the Pencil, a $129 accessory that lets you interact with your iPhone, iPad, and Mac with a simple click.
Apple said the Pencilla is the first app to support gesture control and will be available on iOS and Mac later this year.
The company also announced a few new Homekit apps for the Mac and Mac Mini.
The Mac Mini HomeKit app will include an iOS-based remote control app that works on both the Mac Mini and Mac Pro, and it’s also included with the Mac Pro and Mac mini.
The iPhone HomeKit application is included in the Mac mini, and is a $99 purchase.
The iPad HomeKit App will include a remote control that supports gestures, Siri voice commands, and a photo slideshow.
The Apple Pencillo app is also included.
The HomeKit API is available on Macs, but it’s not available to all Macs.
Mac owners can install the Mac App Store, but they’ll need to download and install HomeKitKit first.
If you’re a Mac Pro owner, the Mac app store will also require a separate license.