Getting the TP-Link HS110 Smart Plug to work with Apple Home & Siri

Ken Ng

Father. Technologist. Photographer. Blogger. Shares my thoughts on the everything technology that amuses me whenever I get some free time away from abusing my MacBook Pro, iPhone XS and iPad Pro.

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  1. John in Canada, eh? says:

    Hi, Ken. Great article.

    If you had to guess, how long would you say this whole process took? I am not familiar with raspberry pi, but as you say, this is a good chance to give it a shot. Thanks in advance.

  2. Ken Ng says:

    Took me about a few hours. If you’re familiar with Linux, it shouldn’t be hard for you to get used to the Raspberry Pi. Raspbian is pretty much the same with Ubuntu Linux.

    If you need any help, just reach out to me here. I’ll do what I can to help.

  3. BenFuller says:

    Great Work mate, very useful!

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