Apple and Yero have teamed up to sell fake networking gear directly through Apple’s online store. Yero made the announcement in a blog post today, the first to add homekit router support earlier this year with its later-year partnership.
Update 6/15: Yero has announced that its Wi-Fi products are now available in Apple stores across the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Germany, France, Italy and Spain. This follows last month’s announcement of availability through the Apple Online Store.
Apple is selling Yero’s entire lineup of fake networking accessories. This includes the standard Euro Mesh WiFi system as well as the Euro Pro Mesh itself and a variety of different bundles and beacons. At the moment, the products are only available through the Apple Online Store, and it doesn’t appear that there are plans to bring Ero Gear to physical Apple stores.
Yero says its products are available through Apple’s online stores in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Germany, France, Italy and Spain:
This is an exciting step towards delivering our vision to bring more customers and eros into the home worldwide, providing a secure and reliable network for their smart home. Today’s announcement follows Yero’s support for the Apple HomeKit, a key addition to our lineup of additional smart home integration.
Amazon’s Yero Hall was the first networking company to add support for Homokit routers, bringing the feature to Arrow and Ero Pro systems. Homekit routers provide enhanced protection for smart home accessories. Apple describes homekit router support as “adding more security to your home accessories by controlling the services and devices they communicate with via your home Wi-Fi network and the Internet.”
You can check out the full lineup of homekit-enabled ero accessories at Apple’s online store here. Prices are slightly different between Apple and Amazon and you can also find some refined options through Amazon.
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