By default, Apple’s iPhone app for HomeKit, Apple TV, and Apple Watch works as expected.

However, there are some cases where the app will fail to recognize your home’s various hardware and settings, even if you’ve enabled HomeKit for all devices.

We’re looking into the issue and working to get the app working properly for all iOS 10 devices.

Apple’s Home, Apple Music, and Siri apps for iOS work fine, but the iPhone app can’t detect your HomeKit enabled devices and doesn’t recognize HomeKit-enabled devices when used with the latest versions of Apple TV and Apple TV Remote.

The problem appears to be related to a new version of Apple’s AppleTV app that was released in late October, according to a review by MacRumors.

We have been working closely with Apple and have been able to isolate the issue to a specific version of the app.

This is the first reported issue we have identified with the new version, which is currently in the beta testing phase, so please keep this in mind when trying to install the app from the App Store.

Apple HomeKit works in most cases.

However in some cases, like the one we’ve been seeing with the iPhone version, HomeKit will fail if you attempt to install it using HomeKit.

This includes HomeKit support on the Apple TV in a single-screen app like the AppleTV Remote, the Apple Watch in a multi-screen application like the Watch app, or the Apple Music in a playlist-based application like Apple Music.

You’ll also need to enable the HomeKit service on the Home network (which we’re working to add support for) and configure the Home app to detect your device.

You’ll also have to make sure that HomeKit is enabled on your Home network for all other apps and services, which you can do by running a network change, enabling the Home protocol, and adding HomeKit to your network settings.

We’ve seen an app fail to detect the Apple HomeKit hardware and services and then fail to install.

In other words, the app may fail to work on certain devices, including the Apple Cinema, Apple Cinema SE, and more.

In our testing, Homekit detection failed on our MacBook Air 13.3″ with a 4K resolution display and a 1.5GHz quad-core Intel Core i5 processor, running a custom firmware version, using an iOS 10.4.1 beta build.

The iPhone app worked fine on the Air.

The Mac app worked as expected, but HomeKit failed to recognize the device.

We are aware of a handful of other reports of HomeKit failing on Apple TV devices running iOS 10 and AppleTV remote support for Apple TV has not been disabled.

Apple has yet to publicly address the Home issue, so we’re hoping to get in touch with Apple to provide more information as soon as possible.

We also want to make clear that we’re still working to address this issue as soon, as quickly as possible, so that all HomeKit devices can receive HomeKit updates.