Siri on HomePod lets you listen to any show found in Apple’s Podcasts catalog with a few voice controls that are similar to those for Apple Music playback. In this guide, we’ve listed some of the most useful Siri controls for Podcasts, along with basic commands that will help you do things like pause and rewind parts of a Podcast you might have missed, subscribe to a podcast, change the volume, and more.
„Hey Siri, play the Game Scoop podcast.“
„Hey Siri, play the newest episode of Lore.“
„Hey Siri, play the first episode of Anna Faris is Unqualified.“
„Hey Siri, play my newest [...]
Apple’s new $349 HomePod sounds incredible and is the ultimate speaker for Apple Music subscribers, but it’s also an excellent way to manage your HomeKit-compatible devices through Siri voice commands.
Controlling HomeKit accessories with Siri on HomePod isn’t radically different from controlling them via an iOS device, but there are some extra HomePod benefits to be aware of.HomePod and HomeKit Setup
If you’ve never used HomeKit before and you purchase a HomePod, when you set it up it’s added to HomeKit and to the Home app.
Setup includes a step asking you to choose a Home you’re using HomePod in, and if you [...]
Apple this morning officially released the iOS 11.2.5 update to the public, introducing support for the upcoming HomePod smart speaker, which is set to be released on February 9.
In addition to adding support for HomePod, the update also introduces several HomePod-related features such as Siri podcast-based audio news reports and a new music interface, along with bug fixes and security improvements. Check the video and post below for everything that’s new in iOS 11.2.5.
Subscribe to the MacRumors YouTube channel for more videos. Today’s update introduces official support for podcast-based audio Siri news reports, a feature that first began rolling out [...]
Apple’s domination of the OLED supply chain is one of the reasons why three Chinese smartphone makers are seeking out alternative display technology in future handsets, according to a report today by DigiTimes.
Huawei, Oppo, and Xiaomi are planning to adopt mini LED-backlit panels in smartphones launched later in 2018. The three companies believe that Apple „may extend use of AMOLED panels“ to iPhones coming in 2018 and occupy even more of Samsung Display’s production of the OLED displays.
Apple’s entry in smartphone OLED displays began with the manufacturing of the iPhone X last year and is expected to increase in 2018 with the [...]