HomePod mini gets a new 'The magic of mini' ad featuring Tierra Whack
What you need to know
- Apple has a new HomePod mini ad out featuring Tierra Whack.
Apple's HomePod mini has been on sale for a week or so now and it's proving popular among those who have been able to pick one up. Apple today released a new YouTube ad that shares the HomePod mini message – that "a little joy never sounded so big."
Featuring Tierra Whack and two of the singer's songs – feel good and Peppers and Onions – the ad runs for almost two-and-a-half minutes.
The HomePod mini is a smaller, lighter, cheaper version of the HomePod that's been on sale for a couple of years now and has done well in recent reviews. Getting your hands on one isn't an easy feat right now, however, with stocks very limited worldwide. Anyone looking to get their hands on a miniature HomePod might be best trying to find one in stock locally rather than ordering online via Apple.
HomePod mini is available in two colors with both priced at just $99.
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