Apple Resurrects the HomePod
Apple is bringing back the HomePod, the company’s speaker device that failed to make a significant impact in the market. It was first launched in 2018, but due to stiff competition from rival devices such as Amazon’s Echo and Google Home, sales never matched the hype that surrounded its launch. Now, Apple has decided to bring back the HomePod.
The HomePod will come with a few upgrades. It will feature Apple’s latest A13 Bionic chip, which is found in the iPhone 11. It will also feature two tweeters and a woofer. It will also offer improved audio quality and better integration with other Apple devices. It will also be smaller and less expensive than the first-generation HomePod.
The HomePod will also feature Apple’s new “Intercom” feature, which allows users to send messages to other Apple devices in their home. The device will also be able to recognize voices, allowing it to respond to specific commands from different users. The HomePod will also be integrated with Apple Music, giving users access to millions of songs.
The HomePod will be available in two colors – white and space gray. It will be priced at $99 and will be available in the US starting in early 2020. The HomePod is Apple’s attempt to make a splash in the smart speaker market. With improved audio quality and better features than rivals, the HomePod could be a success this time around.