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Hyundai makes great cars. I never bought a car from the same manufacturer twice, because of quality issues, or design shortcomings. I made an exception with Hyundai. My last two cars, hybrids, have been from Hyundai and I have been very pleased with them. In fact, I’m looking forward to buying my next (hopefully fully electric) car from them. All this to say that Hyundai seems to be a great choice to materialise the elusive Apple car.
HomeKit has been a failure for quite some time. Happy to see that Apple is finally taking note of this fact. (Note : I'm not saying that HomeKit doesn't work well, but it needs a market presence. And right now, HomeKit-designed devices are scarce. Many were promised, few were actually delivered. And most by big companies, few by innovative ones.)
The Quebec law does not state a duration for, say, battery life. That would be ludicrous considering that some devices are not meant to last as long as others. The law, however, incorporates the concept of “fitness”. That is, that a device must be useable for the length of time it has been sold for. The law does not require a device to remain in the same state than the day it was bought for the lifetime of the product, only that it remains usable. The law sets a quality baseline. And this baseline is not very high. It’s a consumer protection act after all.