Yesterday it managed to snag in two updates for its HomePod speaker in between Ads about iPhone, including the addition of a new component.
After this fall, the HomePod can help you relax by playing “the soothing sounds of ocean waves, forest birds, rain storms, and more,” or more. Apple calls it Environmental Messages. Apple hasn’t released any further details yet, but we want you to ask Siri to play the surround sounds so that your room is comfortable with the sea. The situation was first find that 9to5Mac.
Apple isn’t the first to allow you to turn your smart speaker into a white noise player on Google’s homepage that can generate environmental noise. since 2017, Alexa users can incorporate any of the white noise skills. You can also play the noise list from your chosen airline service, but you may need to ask from the playlist or send it from the phone to the speaker. It’s also kind of convenient to ask the internal voice assistant to produce the noise again.
Apple has released updates for some HomePod features published at WWDC. If you want to listen to radios on your HomePod without running it from your phone, Apple says you can ask Siri to play any of the radio stations 100,000 from Sept. 30. Following this fall, Apple claims you can send any call or music from your iPhone to your HomePod. It also comes after this fall: the HomePod can recognize up to six different languages to set up music for applications and answer individual questions, messages, reminders, and more. the calendars.
It’s sad that we still have to wait for these features, but when iOS 13 launches next week, the features that were announced at WWDC will also appear that were pushed up. iOS 13.1 or later. In line with the traditional method, Apple is building its software that will produce this fall to appear in installments, perhaps to better promote new features, so hopefully things will work out. all at a time when we are tested. For all of us.