A look at Home on iPhone
The Home app provides a secure way to control and automate HomeKit-enabled accessories, such as lights, locks, smart TVs, thermostats, window shades, smart plugs, and cameras. In iOS 13.2, iPadOS 13.2, or later, you can also use Home to view and capture video from supported security cameras. With Home, you can control any Works with Apple HomeKit accessory using iPhone.
After you set up your home and its rooms, you can control accessories individually, or use scenes to control multiple accessories with one command. For example, you might create a scene called “wake up” that turns on lights in the kitchen, raises the thermostat, plays your morning playlist on the kitchen HomePod, and unlocks the front door.
To control your home automatically and remotely, you must have Apple TV (4th generation or later), HomePod, or iPad (with iOS 10.3, iPadOS 13, or later) that you leave at home. You can schedule scenes to run automatically at certain times, or when you activate a particular accessory (for example, when you unlock the front door). This also lets you, and others you invite, securely control your home while you’re away.