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These are the audio sources Apple’s HomePod will support at launch

After a multi-week delay, Apple's HomePod is now available for pre-order, with deliveries expected to begin on February 9. While many of the early HomePod reviews we've seen have been overwhelmingly positive, there are still a number of unanswered questions about what Apple's smart speaker will bring to the table. This stems, in part, from the fact that reviewers were typically only granted 1 hour with the device in a controlled setting.
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