The highly-anticipated Apple HomePod is rumored to be launching in February and in the lead up to the big date more details have been revealed about the smart speaker’s settings.
Today, French tech site iGeneration shared a series of images which it says are obtained from employees in France and Germany taking part in internal testing.
The screenshots suggest that there won’t be a dedicated HomePod app, but instead you’ll be able to change the settings for the speaker from within the Apple Home app for iOS.
No dedicated app
The screenshots provide an insight into what some of these settings could potentially be at launch, including turning on and off HomePod’s LED touch interface when it’s not in use, pressing the interface to speak to Siri, and changing Siri’s sound effects.
According to the screenshots, there’ll be lots of settings related to accessibility that you can change too, like the pressure sensitivity on the HomePod’s buttons and speed of voice.
Image source: iGeneration
As well as screenshots, iGeneration also shared a photo of the surface of the Apple HomePod, which appears to not only display an animation of Siri, but volume controls as well.
Interestingly, there don’t seem to be any …read more