HomePod Review: A Smart Speaker For iPhone Users Only.
Tap the top of HomePod to play, pause, skip songs or adjust volume, and touch and hold to talk to Siri. System requirements: iPhone 5s or later, iPad Pro, iPad (5th generation), iPad Air or later, iPad mini 2 or later, or iPod touch (6th generation) running iOS 11.2.5 or later.
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Apple will release a smaller and cheaper HomePod this year, according to a new report. It will also be able to play music from non-Apple services.
Whether you need the latest travel updates, news and sport or want to set multiple timers for different tasks, Siri is ready to help. You can also make and receive calls on HomePod — just ask Siri to call a friend, dial a phone number or answer an incoming call by saying “Hey Siri, answer my iPhone”. HomePod can even help you schedule and stay up to date with your Calendar appointments.
Other unique HomePod features include allowing podfasters to play podcasts at 1.5 times or double the normal speed (Alexa can’t). You can use your voice to send iMessages, SMS texts, and even third-party WhatsApp messages (which, BTW, is one of my favorite features), as long as the connected iPhone is on the same network. Siri on HomePod can also set reminders using the iPhone’s Reminders.
News Sonos just launched a speaker that could ruin Apple's next release When Apple took to the stage to launch its new smart speaker, the HomePod, it began with an explanation that was more like.
When you use the HomePod as an AirPlay speaker, all audio from your iPhone (or another device) is routed through the HomePod. This includes videos, game audio, and notification alerts. This also means you can use the HomePod to play music from streaming services other than Apple Music (Spotify, Amazon Music, Pandora, YouTube, and so on). To get.