Do you know that you can use your HomePod as a speakerphone to enjoy hands-free calling at its very best? Moreover, you will also be able to manage your multiple iPhone calls using the HomePod.

Transferring iPhone calls to HomePod is quite upfront. You can comfortably switch between different calls. With just a tap, you will be able to put a call on hold and easily end the current one to receive the incoming call. Clearly, the Siri-based speaker is designed to enhance your hands-free calling experience. Head over to find out how it works!

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How to Use HomePod as Speakerphone

How to Use your HomePod as a Speakerphone

Transfer iPhone Calls to HomePod

Step #1. Assuming you are about to accept a call or in a call on your iPhone, tap on Audio button in the call interface.

Tap on Audio During Phone Call on iPhone

Step #2. Next, you need to choose HomePod in the list.

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Use HomePod as Speakerphone

Step #3. Now, the light on top of the HomePod will turn green, confirming it’s been connected to the audio of your call.

Step #4. It’s time to put down your smartphone and enjoy your call hands-free using the HomePod as the speakerphone.

Step #5. When you want to hang up the call, just tap on top of the smart speaker.

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Alternately, go back to your iPhone’s call interface and deselect HomePod from the audio option.

How to Manage Multiple iPhone Calls in the Speakerphone Mode on HomePod

When in speakerphone mode, you can easily manage multiple iPhone calls using the speaker. To do so, just end the current conversation or put the caller on hold and then switch between conversations.

  • To put the current caller on hold in order to answer an incoming call, you just need to tap on the green light on top of the speaker.
  • To switch between calls, just double tap on the green light on top of the HomePod.
  • To end the current call, you need to tap and hold on the green light on top of the smart speaker.

How to Prevent Others from Using HomePod As a Speakerphone

There is also an option to prevent others from transferring audio to HomePod. Head over to this post to get it done.

That’s it!

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