Apple's HomePod hits stores on Friday, but Sonos, which makes competing smart speakers, isn't sweating it.
In fact, the smart speaker company welcomed the "Fruit Machine" to the biz by trolling it with a custom Spotify playlist, which we first spotted on 9to5Mac.
If you read the titles of the songs in order, it's a clear message to Cupertino.
Check it out:
"Hello Apple Something About Us Together Feels Right Even Though You're Crazy For This Home POD Remember Two Is Better Than One Just Playing (Dreams) It's A Party Everybody's Coming To My House Even You Come As You Are Fruit Machine No Matter What You're Told We're Going To Be Friends Over Everything"
It's a variation on a meme that blew up in 2017.
Apple's smart speaker, HomePod, will go on sale in December for $349. People will use it by talking to it. Apple wants developers to make Siri apps for the HomePod, but only in a few categories — messaging, lists, and notes. This me...
Sonos on Friday shared a special Spotify playlist on Twitter, taking a friendly jab at the Apple HomePod, its new competition in the Wi-Fi speaker market.
Commentary: The speaker maker takes to Twitter to offer Apple a playlist. A very funny playlist. A very funny playlist you can't easily play on a HomePod.
Apple today announced plans to release a smart speaker named HomePod later this year to compete with Amazon Echo, Google Home, and other smart speakers. The device will be available in white and space grey and retail for $349. HomeP...