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Apple Launches HomePod Mini Smart Speaker for ₹9,900 With New Siri Features

The iPhone maker Apple has unveiled a new smart speaker to its HomePod family in the recent iPhone event. The Cupertino giant unveiled HomePod Mini, a Siri-enabled affordable smart speaker that delivers an immersive sound experience. It has a smart design that uses the intelligence of Siri, Apple’s ‘smart’ voice assistant, and keeping in mind the security and privacy of its users. The speaker features a smart home control system to do the things with much ease.

HomePod is just 3.3-inches tall but packed with advanced software and other innovative technologies to offer comfort and convenience to users. The presence of new tech and advanced software together enable computational audio for delivering high audio quality at any place.

HomePod Mini Features, Price, and Availability

Apple Launches HomePod Mini Smart Speaker for ₹9,900 With New Siri Features
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HomePod mini is 3.3-inches tall in size and packs an Apple S5 chip inside. This chip works with advanced software to control various other music features. It works with Apple Music, podcasts, and radio stations from radio.com, iHeartRadio, and TuneIn. Apple says the HomePod mini will support other popular music services like Pandora and Amazon Music in the coming months. The device works well with iPhone SE, iPad Pro, iPhone 6s, or later, iPad Mini 4 or later, iPad Air 2 or later, running iOS 14 or iPad OS 14. You can also pair it with multiple other HomePod mini speakers to stream music to multiple rooms in complete sync.

The new HomePod device is powered by Siri and can be used to listen to music on the Mac or pick up an incoming call. You can also upgrade your TV experience by using it to enhance the sound of your Apple TV. The price of HomePod mini is fixed at INR 9,900, and users can start placing orders starting November 9. The device will be available for delivery after November 16.

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