Apple HomePod | 1 Year Later



The Apple HomePod is one of the most impressive speakers for its size. But can it compete its smarts against its competitors like Google Home and Amazon Alexa?

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21 thoughts on “Apple HomePod | 1 Year Later

  1. Camp Cookery

    Can you use the speaker, just as a speaker and not have Siri listening all the time? I'm really not keen on privacy violations but would like an integrated speaker like that.

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  2. Mike O'Driscoll

    I think I’ll buy one for my studio apartment. Although knowing my my luck Apple will come out with a HomePod 2 or something

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  3. Rosangela Sena

    I don’t remember exactly when I bought mine, but I love it so much that I bought another one for my living room

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  4. brighton dude

    I just bought one recently because of the fabulous sound quality for such a small device. I am waiting now to see if Apple develops the HomePod in some way before I buy more. I would really like four or five for my whole house, but I'll wait to see if HomePod 2 comes out or if there is obvious signs of commitment to the HomePod before I would buy more.

    Just because I like things doesn't mean they'll be a success. I really liked the "trash can" Mac Pro (although I never bought one) and that went on to be a famous failure 🙂

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  5. Vaughn Eknoyan

    Great video! I love the editing, music, and lighting. One thing: try making the shots of your face clearer. Maybe change the angle to the front and make the shots a bit brighter. But overall, this was incredible!

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  6. Clean Toronto

    Nice seeing an Essential PH-1 for the Android portion of the video. That phone still rocks. Running Android Q Beta 4 on my daily driver with zero issues.

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  7. Adrian Hopkins

    Love the idea and look and design. Outside of my budget and would prefer hardwiring ability. I hard wire everything. Thanks for the video.

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  8. Bizkit Byte

    It seem to me that ever since Steve Jobs died the designers at Apple have been doing half ass job. The HomePod should have a lot more features.

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  9. littlerascle59

    Because of its extreme limitations compared to the competition, I just can’t see myself paying over $180 for this. The sound quality on the HomePod is superb though.

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