Apple has finally announced that the Siri-powered HomePod smart speaker is accessible to buy in India at an expense of Rs 19,900. It is accessible in two shading variations – space dark and white. Those interested can purchase the speaker from Apple Authorized affiliates across the nation along with e-commerce websites like Flipkart and Paytm. It is now recorded on Apple’s official site with the ‘Buy’ button.
The speaker adapts to it which delivers and location high-fidelity sound wherever it’s playing. It additionally permits clients to control their smart home devices with their voices.
The speaker will not be available on Amazon in light of the fact that the e-tailer has its Echo range of smart speakers and is in this manner a contender to Apple HomePods. The accessibility of the speaker will be in accordance with the current rules and regulations of the government. It implies that while the purchasers in Green and Orange zones will have the option to purchase the Apple HomePod immediately, those in Red zones may need to hold up for a bit more time.
The speaker launched to the Indian market four months after Apple first talked about its accessibility in India. Apple HomePod is available at the price of Rs 19,990. Strikingly, it is one of the principal Apple devices that is valued less expensive for the Indian market when compared with the US.
To set up the HomePod, users must connect it in any iOS or iPadOS gadget that will distinguish it. The gadget lets users tune in to streaming music. Apple HomePod is a Siri-powered smart speaker that adapts to its location and promises to deliver high-fidelity audio.
The HomePod weighs 2.5 kg and is 6.8-inches high and 5.6-inches wide. The speaker also highlights Bluetooth form 5.0 and Wi-Fi 802.11ac with MIMO. Normally, these smart speakers work just inside the Apple ecosystem (iTunes, Apple Music). The Cupertino-based tech goliath recently revealed another 13-inch MacBook Pro, which accompanies a new magic keyboard. The MacBook Pro model’s 10th gen processor guarantees up to 80 percent faster graphics performance.