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Re: Apple's HomePod Could Leave a Lasting Mark With Customers
Posted by: Peter Suciu 2018-02-19 21:18:28
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Apple's new $350 HomePod could make an impact in several ways. In addition to providing listeners with highly praised sound quality, the smart speaker literally could make an impression on some of the wood surfaces it touches -- in the form of white rings. The HomePod, which is compatible only with other Apple products, can stream music to those who have an Apple Music subscription. It has a few other capabilities too -- including the dubious ability to mar certain types of wood surfaces.


Re: Apple's HomePod Could Leave a Lasting Mark With Customers
Posted by: borisaman 2018-02-21 06:35:58 In reply to: Peter Suciu
Anybody who installs this "the walls have ears" device in their home, or even place of work is an idiot. And this thing only works with the Apple music subscription. GREED, endless greed, bored with Apple. They used to make some good things, not anymore

Re: Apple's HomePod Could Leave a Lasting Mark With Customers
Posted by: rbmitupdate 2018-02-19 21:20:14 In reply to: Peter Suciu
The quality is good and yes there's a white mark on the wood but I don't place it directly I put something because I know there will be a mark. I love the sound quality it's awesome!
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