Apple’s Home Kit has always appeared to be a less viable contender in the smart home market and it’s been noted that the experience with Siri is less sophisticated than with Amazon’s Alexa, for example. While all you need to begin your own smart home is an iPad/iPhone, the Home Kit app and whatever compatible products that you choose, the traditional rigidity of Apple has put off a lot of those that aren’t hardcore Apple followers.
Apple Homekit users can finally set up there WeMo devices after the WeMo Homekit Bridge has gone to market after it was first announced 8 months ago.
Announced back in June, Apple claimed they would “re-invent music in the home” with the sound quality being the obvious focus on the assistant powered speaker.
It been 5 months since news of apples plans to release the “homepod” smart speaker, powered by siri;
Australia will be amidst a couple of regions that will receive the Apple HomePod first on its global release date in December, alongside America and the UK. So far all we know the price is approximately $465, exchanged to AUD. The HomePod will Feature Siri Voice Assistant, it will be able to send messages, will … Continue reading Australia Gets The Apple HomePod FIRST
Sonos have jumped on board the market, and have Apple Home-pod in their sights. Sonos already have made a household name for itself with wireless speakers, but now they will make voice controlled speaker allegedly be powered by Amazon’s Alexa. Early details coming out the speaker will have 360 – degree directional speaker capabilities. Further … Continue reading Sonos has joined the smart speaker market
Even though it’s not yet released there are multiple sources claiming Apple’s take on the home assistant is already in dire numbers. HomePod, Apple’s upcoming voice assistant product is expected sometime towards the end of 2017, but according to recent reports from one of the manufacturers of the device Inventec the launch day will be greeted with limited stock