Audio player loading… Apple has unveiled the HomePod 2 – the successor to the original HomePod, which was released in 2018. The new wireless speaker is very similar to the first HomePod in most ways, but appears to have been designed even more to be geared towards Dolby Atmos movies and Spatial Audio for Apple Music . The original Apple HomePod was one of the best wireless speakers on the market, before it was unceremoniously discontinued in March 2021 and the company elected to focus on the smaller and cheaper Apple HomePod mini . HomePod 2 key features – $299 / £299 / AU$479 But with Apple’s spatial audio-enhanced music now firmly a part of its offering, and the recent release of Apple Music Sessions, available in Spatial Audio , a new HomePod boasting support for Spatial Audio always seemed inevitable… (and, to be fair, it was even spotted in the wild before Apple announced it.) The Apple HomePod mini is a fantastic speaker in its own right, and its small stature and low price put it squarely up against some of the best smart speakers on the market, including the Amazon Echo Studio and the Sonos One . But… Read full this story
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