Apple’s first smart speaker, the HomePod, launched earlier this year with a price tag of $349. That wasn’t necessarily cheap, but it’s also not the most expensive option out there, either — especially for the quality of sound it produces.
If you are looking to buy a HomePod, you are in luck as B&H is offering a massive $100 discount on the smart speaker. This is among the best deals you will find on the smart speaker throughout the year and I doubt you will find a better deal on the speaker during Black Friday.
If you have had your sights set on the first smart speaker from Apple, the HomePod, but haven’t wanted to pay its full retail price, the company may have an option for you.
While Apple’s Services division is seeing its own all time high records, the Wearables category continues to rake it in.
The HomePod has a lot of legwork to do before it can dominate the smart speaker market, but one way to help with that is to get the device into as many countries as possible.
There are a lot of smart speaker options out there, with the market getting even more crowded as the days go by. But one thing remains true even as 2018 starts to wind down: Amazon is leading the charge in the home.
Whether or not the HomePod is a successful device for Apple is still a bit of a mystery, with analysts not really agreeing on where the device stands in the market months after its launch.
Apple’s ‘Gather Round’ Event Wrap-Up: iPhone Xs, iPhone Xs Max, iPhone XR, Apple Watch Series 4, and More
It’s September, which means that it’s one of the busiest months Apple has. This time around the company hosted an event it called “Gather Round”, in which it unveiled a new lineup of iPhones, a new smartwatch, and more.
With Apple making multiple announcements at its iPhone event today, there was one for the HomePod owners as well. In anticipation of the speaker’s arrival in Spain and Mexico, the company has added support for Spanish with Siri. Users in Canada will get access to Canadian French. Both languages will be made available with a free update.
Most of the attention on Apple’s supply chain is focused on what’s coming right around the corner, but that isn’t stopping some analysts from making predictions on what’s going to happen next year.