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Here's what we think about Apple's HomePod

If you are an Apple fan and use Apple Music, you might love the HomePod. That's if you're fine with dropping $350 on a smart assistant speaker. You can easily pair your HomePod to your iPhone and use "Hey Siri" voice commands. However, you can't ask HomePod to make calls, check your calendar, or search online. The music quality might make up for that.  Read more here. Read more.
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