What you need to know
- New HomePod mini colors go on sale soon and people are already unboxing them.
- YouTube videos showing the yellow, blue, and red colors have appeared online.
- We still don't know when the new speakers will go on sale.
Apple's hot new HomePod mini colors go on sale soon and now we're being treated to our first real look at them via YouTube unboxing videos.
The new speakers, which will go on sale soon, are functionally identical to the current space gray and white versions but now also come in yellow, orange, and blue. And they're quite the lookers.
Check them out!
When they're finally made available the new colors will be offered in the United States, Australia, Austria, Canada, China, France, Germany, Hong Kong, India, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Mexico, New Zealand, Spain, Taiwan, and the UK. Both the white and space gray colors are hanging around as well, giving people more options than ever when picking up a new miniature HomePod.
All of the new colors will sell for the same $99 as the old ones, while anyone looking to bag a bargain should definitely check out our list of the best HomePod deals before placing their order.
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