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iBaby to use new Apple technology in products

iBaby debuts new monitor and talks Apple technology
iBaby debuts new monitor and talks Apple technology
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The fallout has been all positive from last week's Worldwide Developer Conference put on by Apple.

That includes iBaby announcing that it will use new tech like HomeKit and Touch ID in some of its current and future products.

iBaby also is announcing its high tech iBaby Monitor M6.

iBaby has been at the forefront of smart home monitoring and baby monitoring ideas and solutions ever since the debut of the iPhone and the advent of 3G network coverage back in 2011.

iBaby’s products can be found in Apple stores worldwide and on online retailers like

The popular monitors gave families the ability to keep tabs on their loved ones by Wi-Fi, 3G or 4G enabled smartphones and tablets.

“A smart device should provide users with seamless experience from the moment they open up the package, and last all the way till inconspicuously integrate itself into their daily lives”, said Karl Xu, CEO and co-founder of iBaby Labs, inc. “We truly believe that our products accomplished just that. And we are really excited to learn about all these newly available development kits Apple had announced in this year’s WWDC. We can’t wait to show the world how we could use tools such as HomeKit, Extension, and Touch ID to make our upcoming iBaby products more intelligent and seamless.”

iBaby technology gives users the ability to perform 360° pans and 110° tilts.

The new iBaby Monitor M6 features 720p true HD camera paired with Ultra-fast Wi-Fi technology gives parents the ability to watch live stream, record the videos and take sharp looking snapshots. Two-way audio speakers give the ability to communicate with loved ones and keep the ambient noise.

The wait will soon be over.

The iBaby Monitor M6 will debut in second half of 2014, and will be available to purchase from the company’s website:, in Apple stores and online at retailers like

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