Apple to launch the HomePod mini in other countries this year

HomePod mini

We already know that the star is not the HomePod mini today. They are all the novelties launched at WWDC this year 21. By the way a WWDC a little decaffeinated if we think about it objectively or rather subjectively. At least I expected more and that iOS has seemed very renewed and with new functions that were expected, but it has disappointed a bit macOS Monterey being so continuous. But hey, to the point that I roll. The HomePod mini is also news because it will be sold in even more countries if possible.

I think Apple has the clear intention of giving the HomePod mini a lot of opportunities. Going through the rumors that have been launched along with the Apple TV, or of owning its own camera, to being the king of speakers when the original HomePod disappears from the scene. Which by the way, you can no longer buy it at Apple although you can still find it in retailers and slightly more specialized stores.

The fact is that Apple does not want the same to happen to the mini. That is why he has thought that what better way than to give more oxygen than putting it up for sale in markets where it has not yet arrived. The American company expands the places where you can buy this model.

Apple has announced that the HomePod mini will be available for purchase in more countries and regions later this year, including Austria, Ireland, Italy and New Zealand. Siri will support the languages ​​of the respective countries the HomePod mini will launch in, allowing users to ask Siri to play a song, send a message, get the news, control smart home accessories with HomeKit, and more. . A renewed Siri as we have also seen at WWDC


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