So, this has been bugging me since the Keynote on Monday, and I have been doing some searching on the interwebs, but haven't found any information about it. Apple announced the new Home app for HomeKit. It's supposed to integrate the functionalities of all of your different HomeKit compatible hardware into one, consolidated app that allows you to easily combine their functionality into things like recipes (called Scenes in HomeKit jargon) and do other cool stuff. There's only one problem. There is already an app on the App Store called Home that does this, and I have been using it for about 9 months. In fact, the icon for the app is very, very similar to the app that Apple announced. So I am left wondering what's going on here. Did Apple buy Home from the original developer, and rebrand it as their own? Or are they just going to walk all over this guy who developed a damn good app, and take away his living? Has anyone seen any reference to this?