Kevo uses your Apple iPhone to unlock your front door
In conjunction with the free Kevo app, you can send out an electronic key to friends, family and loved ones who don't have a key to your house, but do have a compatible smartphone. This temporary key only will work for a limited period of time. And since Kevo is also a mechanical lock, if nothing seems to work, you can still use a regular key to get in the house.
Two AA batteries will keep the lock operating for about a year. While there is no precise launch date or pricing information available, you can register your email address with Kevo to receive notifications via email. To do so, simply click on the sourcelink.
source: Kevo via TUAW
1. gaurang (Posts: 94; Member since: 16 Nov 2012)
first world problems and their solutions.....now people are lazy to open their front doors....wonder where all of this will lead to...
2. Lift_Off (Posts: 152; Member since: 04 Apr 2012)
The ability to send someone and E-Key is definitely not a lazy thing but something that could be really practical
3. kozza3 (Posts: 595; Member since: 17 Oct 2012)
exactly what i was thinking. i hate having to give my parents my key when they come over to watch the kids... they are morons for making it Apple friendly only