Apple recently launched the updated MacBook Air and the iPad Pro with massive upgrades, but the company isn’t done yet. While we know that new iPhones are coming later this year, a new report states that the Cupertino-based firm will launch more updated products, including the new Apple TV and refreshed iMacs before the end of this year.
Although Apple’s first smart speaker has the best audio quality among all the rivals, it didn’t turn out to be as successful as the company had expected, mostly due to the lack of enough features. However, the company is testing out various features that it could integrate into future versions of HomePods.
Digital Assistants have picked up several smart features in the recent past and Siri is no different. However, despite all the advance features, there are some niggles for HomePod users. It is very common for Siri to shout at you via HomePods. Ideally, HomePod should adjust the volume depending on ambient temperature but the feature doesn’t seem to work that well.
Apple has finally launched its first smart speaker in India, nearly two years after its international debut. The Apple HomePod is now listed on the company’s website for the Indian market.
Alongside iOS 13.3 and iPadOS 13.3 updates, the Cupertino-based tech giant has also released new OS updates for the Apple Watch, Apple TV, and the Apple HomePod today.
If you’ve been waiting for the Apple HomePod to pop up in Black Friday deals, your wish just has come real, at least if you live in the US.
After pulling the HomePod 13.2 update due to bricking complaints from HomePod owners, Apple has released a new HomePod 13.2.1 update. The update aims to fix the bricking bug and does not bring anything new to the table over and above the HomePod 13.2 update.
Apple yesterday released the iOS 13.2 software update for the HomePod that added multi-user and Handoff support to the smart speaker. However, the update seems to be bricking the HomePod for good as many users are reporting that their speaker is stuck on the booting process after the installation process.
Apple has released HomePod 13.2 software update. The update comes with new features like Multi-user support, Ambient Sounds, and Handoff.
Apple has updated its HomePod website with new features that are supposed to arrive this fall. Starting with iOS 13, Siri will start supporting multiple users by recognizing their voice on HomePod. With this feature in place, HomePod will automatically recognize the voice and start playing their personal playlist. Yet another new feature has been added on the HomePod website.