What you need to know
- HomePod mini is reportedly coming to Italy tomorrow.
- Apple said earlier this year that HomePod mini would arrive in Italy at some point in 2021.
Apple's colorful HomePod mini will go on sale in Italy as soon as tomorrow, November 23, according to a new report. This comes after Apple said earlier this year that Italians would be able to buy the miniature HomePod at some point before the end of 2021.
According to an iSpazio report, tomorrow is the day.
Via Google Translate:
The report has all five colors of HomePod mini going on sale tomorrow for the same €99 asking price. Apple is yet to announce anything official, however.
Apple's HomePod mini is a smaller version of the original HomePod and is also the only smart speaker the company currently makes. It was originally released in white and space gray colors, with orange, blue, and yellow all being announced during October's Apple vent. The fact that all five colors will go on sale simultaneously makes sense and it gives Italians more options to choose the right color for their decor than the rest of the world had at launch.
Picking up a new HomePod? Check out our list of the best HomePod mini accessories and make sure you're all set for your new speaker's arrival!
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