Apple’s HomePod mini launches New Colors this November

by Emily on November 2, 2021

in Apple, Tech News

The tech giant announced the new color variants for the HomePod during the Unleashed event, adding new orange, blue and yellow HomePod minis to the lineup to give consumers more choices when purchasing a speaker.

Apple announced Monday that the new colors are now available starting this November.

HomePod mini gives off an impressive sound, features the intelligence of Siri, works seamlessly with the iPhone, and is the foundation for any smart home.

Standing at just 3.3 inches, HomePod mini uses computational audio to provide a detailed and rich acoustic experience. It fills the room with 360-degree audio that sounds excellent from every angle. With the presence of multiple HomePod mini speakers, people can play the same music throughout their home, play different songs in every room, or create a stereo pair for an even more immersive experience.

HomePod mini is specially designed to work with Apple Music, Apple Podcasts, various radio stations, and popular music services including Deezer and Pandora, providing entertainment for everyone.

HomePod mini enables users to control their smart home accessories effortlessly, just by using simple voice commands for Siri to change the temperature, lock doors, set a scene, turn off the lights, or control devices at specific times. With Intercom, people can send a voice message from one HomePod mini to another, whether in a specific zone, in a different room or multiple rooms throughout the house. Intercom works with the iPad, iPhone, AirPods, Apple Watch and CarPlay, so all household members can receive notifications and send messages.

The new HomePod mini color options join the ranks of the original white and space gray models, and will be sold for $99 each.

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home capital November 3, 2021 at 05:11

HomePod mini gives off an impressive sound, features the intelligence of Siri, works seamlessly with the iPhone, and is the foundation for any smart home.

 

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