Apple introduced the 3.3-inch-tall HomePad Mini. Apple has introduced this new smart speaker with built-in Siri Smart.
This device can control your smart home and automatically connect to the Home app. The Siri built into the HomePad Mini can recognize the voice of everyone in your home and can access your phone’s iPhone apps or send messages.
It may also provide you with personalized updates. HomePad Mini’s intercom can also send messages to other HomePad Minis in other rooms. It also works with other Apple devices and services.
These messages can be auto-played on HomePad Mini and AirPods, while other devices such as iPhones and CarPlay receive such message notifications. As always, Apple has taken privacy into account in HomePad Mini.
The company will store your audio only if you allow it to. Your personal updates will be delivered to you at home and everything will be encrypted.
The device will work with Apple Music, iHeartRadio, radio.com, and TuneIn. In the future, it will also support Pandora and Amazon Music. Volume, play, and pause can be controlled with controls on the backlit touch-sensitive touchpad on the HomePad Mini.
This HomePad Mini supports 360-degree sound and can be connected to several HomePad Minis. The HomePad Mini has an Apple S5 chip that enables computational audio. This means that the speaker has constant loudness. and adjusts dynamic range in real-time.
Later this year it will work with U1 UWB in iPhones and detect when your phone is near the HomePad Mini. The HomePad Mini will be available in white and space gray colors.
Pre-orders for the HomePad Mini for $99 will begin on November 6, while delivery will begin on November 16.