Did you want to wow someone special in your life with a new Apple HomePod speaker for the holidays? At the time, Apple touted the device as a quality sound speaker first and a home assistant second, with 360-degree tweeters along the base and a 4-inch, upward-facing woofer.
The company is touting the HomePod as a high-fidelity speaker programmed to learn people's tastes so it can become a digital disc jockey that can automatically play tunes that its listeners will like. It comes with built-in smart assistant like you find on Google Home and Amazon Echo.
Norway's central bank recommends removal of oil stocks from sovereign fund
The fund has a small amount of leeway to make individual investments and wants to keep oil and gas in its "investment universe", he said.
Remember Apple's smart speaker it was planning to release called HomePod? "We'll start shipping in the US, UK and Australia in early 2018". The HomePod will also have to compete with recently released devices like the Alexa-enabled Sonos One speaker.
Saudi Planes Bomb Yemen Airport, Blocking Aid Deliveries
The UN's World Food Programme warned that current stocks of rice will run out in 111 days and wheat in 97. Sammad said that with the blockade, the coalition "shut down all doors for peace and dialogue".
Apple first debuted the HomePod in June at its annual WWDC developer conference.
However, Apple has been keen to market the HomePod as an upgrade on home music systems rather than just its built in assistant, calling it a system that will "reinvent" music listening at home. The speaker was originally due in December. Apple said that its smart speaker will be able to control home appliances and take basic orders.
Cornelia Sorabji Is Today's Google Doodle
She was not only the first female graduate of Bombay University but also the first woman to read law at Oxford University in 1892. However, she was not awarded a degree simply because she was a woman - a tradition that did not change until decades later.