Apple is suspending HomePod and will focus more on HomePod Mini
Apple will discontinue HomePod to focus more on HomePod Mini, but will continue its support.
Apple has announced to suspend the original HomePod and will focus more on the HomePod Mini.
The company reported on Friday that it is going to turn its attention to the smaller version of its smart home assistant – the HomePod Mini.
The leak was first made by TechCrunch when Apple told the platform:
We are discontinuing the original HomePod, it will continue to be available while supplies last through the Apple Online Store, Apple Retail Stores, and Apple Authorized Resellers,
We are focusing our efforts on the HomePod mini.
Even though users won’t see the HomePod (sometime later) anywhere in the stores, the company will continue providing software updates and support through Apple Care.
The HomePod Mini was launched in November last year, costing just $99 in comparison with the $300 HomePod original.
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