Apple’s HomePod has got its new intercom feature today
Apple has turned out HomePod Software 14.1, including intercom functionality and a modest bunch of different updates to its gadgets a month prior to the dispatch of the HomePod Mini.
The 14.1 update permits the speakers to fill in as a intercom system, sending declarations to different HomePods in the house. Messages can be sent to explicit rooms or zones on your network.
The present update additionally brings new Siri highlights to HomePod, including the capacity to stop alarms, timers and media across gadgets.
Siri proposals will presently show up in Maps subsequent to getting some information about an area, and list items can be sent from the HomePod to your iPhone. Digital recordings are getting voice acknowledgment uphold for various clients also.
Generally, the present update is intended to enhance the Siri experience on HomePod. Moreover, it adds the capacity to modify alarms with individual songs, playlists or radio broadcasts from Apple Music.
It’s not about HomePods today — iOS 14.1 additionally appeared only in front of the dispatch of the iPhone 12 and 12 Pro. It covers bug fixes and plans for the new equipment.
The main update includes uphold for 10-cycle HDR video review and altering for the iPhone 8 and later. It additionally fixes an issue that made gadgets and symbols appear at a decreased size on the Home Screen.
The iPhone 12 and 12 Pro will go marked down October 23rd. The HomePod Mini expenses $99 and will be accessible for pre-order November 6th, with shipments going out on November 16th.