Earlier this week, Apple released a software update for HomePod 13.2. After installing this update, some users reported building blocks of HomePod devices, which caused Apple to obtain the update. Now Apple has launched HomePod 13.2.1 for the public.
Version 13.2.1 of the HomePod software is now available through the Home application. The update includes all the features of the HomePod 13.2 update, but includes a solution to the blocking issue.
As we explain then:
According to Reddit, Twitter and even comments from 9to5Mac, the HomePod simply stopped working after the update process. Some of them see a white rotating light on the top of the speaker, while others see a red light. In both cases, the device was completely unusable, even if an attempt was made to restore the factory settings.
HomePod Functions 13.2
In multi-user mode, the HomePod can detect up to six different voices at home and adjust the responses accordingly. You can access each user’s personalized music library and perform personalized tasks according to personal requirements, such as sending messages or configuring tasks.
The new Music Transfer function makes it easy to switch between the device in your hand and the HomePod speakers. Simply bring your phone to the HomePod and the lock screen displays a notification asking if you want to play on the HomePod.
With ambient noise, users can play white noise sounds directly on their HomePods, including ocean waves, birdsong, rainstorms and more.
You can update your HomePod by accessing it from the Home application on your iPhone, iPad or Mac.
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