As announced earlier this week, Apple’s HomePod has now gone up for sale in China. The smart speaker is priced at 2,799 yuan in China and HK$2,799 in Hong Kong.
If you own a HomePod and don’t have an Apple Music family account, your music listening experience is going to get a bit more restrictive. Apple is no longer allowing HomePod owners to stream different tracks on their HomePod and on their iPhone simultaneously.
Apple today announced that it will start selling te HomePod in China and Hong Kong from January 18 for 2,799 yuan and $HK2,799 respectively. It will be available in white and space gray colours.
The holiday season might be over but some retailers continue to offer some tempting discounts on Apple products. Best Buy right now has discounted the HomePod by $100 to $249.
The year-in-reviews are flooding in (unless you are an Apple Music subscriber and don’t use a separate app!), along with looking back at all the things the company launched over the last 12 months.
The digital personal assistants out there are already pretty helpful, but the companies behind these services are always working to improve them.
If you are looking to buy a HomePod, you are in luck as Target has discounted the Siri-powered speaker to its Black Friday pricing of $249. That’s a sweet $100 discount on the speaker from its retail price of $349.99. B&H and Best Buy had temporarily discounted the speaker to the same pricing during Black Friday this year.
When Apple first announced its first smart speaker, the HomePod, it also confirmed a limited initial release in Australia, the United States, and the United Kingdom.
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