HomePod mini now available in brand new colors in India

The HomePod mini is now available in all-new blue, orange and yellow colors in India. The new color options were announced at Apple’s launch event in October. The three new bright colors are in addition to the already existing Space Gray and White colors. With the availability of three new color options, the HomePod mini will now come in five color options.

Apple’s smart speaker is available in India at Rs 9,900. If you want to pick up the new color options, you can go to the online Apple Store, where the company is showing a delivery time of less than a year. week.
The HomePod mini offers 360-degree sound output and stands 3.3 inches tall. The speaker sports color-matched details including mesh fabric, volume icons and a power cable.

HomePod mini can work with Apple Music or any other Apple service, including Apple Podcasts. Even popular music streaming services are supported including Jio Saavn, Gaana, etc.
The HomePod mini comes up against Amazon’s smart speakers, which are priced around the same price range.

iPhone users can see what’s playing on the HomePod mini by bringing the device close to the speaker. With the smart speaker, users can also control smart home accessories to turn off lights, change temperature, lock doors, and perform more functions. Apple has also added Intercom functionality to the HomePod mini, which means users can send voice messages from one HomePod mini to another. This feature can be handy if a user has multiple HomePod mini devices at home to communicate with other family members.

Besides India, the HomePod mini in brand new colors will go on sale in Australia, Austria, Canada, China, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Mexico , New Zealand, Spain, Taiwan and the United Kingdom. , and the United States. HomePod mini is compatible with iPhone SE, iPhone 6s or later running iOS 15.

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