Yves Behar announces August iPhone-controlled smart lock



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    sirdirsirdir Posts: 152member

    What troubles me more is that all those solutions are only capable of replacing a deadbolt and not the primary doorlock. Even in the video there's still a second lock at that door... 

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    lostkiwilostkiwi Posts: 638member
    drblank wrote: »
    so what happens if someone steals your phone, finds out where you live and just walks right into your house?
    The same thing that would happen if someone stole your keys - it is just a locking mechanism. The benefit here is your phone can have a pass code, but your keys can't.
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    MacProMacPro Posts: 19,576member
    arlor wrote: »
    Okay, it'll work in the case of a power outage...but will it work in the case of a power outage on your phone? Yikes.

    I like the way the Nest can be controlled by any iDevice and a Mac. I should think such a lock systems would be supported by multiple Apple products. I'll read more and see ... :D
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