In a bid to make HomePod users more informative, Apple has unveiled an event, where HomePod users and HomePod specialists will interact with each other on a single platform. The event will be held on
Notably, HomePod was first announced on June 5, 2017. It was expected to be released in December 2017, but the release date was postponed to early 2018. The smart speaker was first released in Australia, the United Kingdom, and the United States. Later Apple released its HomePod in Canada, France, and Germany.
HomePod Specialists to Live Chat with Users During an Event
Apple’s live event will take place on July 25, 2018, between 11 am and 3 pm PDT. Unlike the Apple community, where you get answers to your questions, this HomePod Community page will be a dynamic platform, where experts will conduct the live chat with users to give answers to their questions.
During the event, users can get the most of their HomePod by asking questions about creating HomePod stereo pair, setting up multi-room AirPlay 2 audio, updating HomePod to the latest version, setting up HomePod, iPad, Apple TV as a home hub, creating stereo HomePod pair without AirPlay 2 and others.
It is super easy for any user to interact with HomePod experts. Simply visit the HomePod community (link above) and browse discussions; to ask questions, users need to sign in or create an account, and then post their queries.
Apple’s HomePod specialists will give you suitable solutions/answers to your questions in real time.
That’s pretty easy, isn’t it?
It’s a welcome initiative from Apple, who is keen to make their users understand the new products. Note that smart speakers are a completely new concept in the world of technology. It is entirely used by voice commands, as there is no screen or display to interact with.
This obviously throws a lot of challenges for many users, who are not well versed in smart technology.
Apple’s event to share knowledge and information about HomePods will not only satiate people’s curiosity but also help the brand spread awareness about the product. It can be one of the marketing gimmicks brands adapt to promote products & services.
I have always found Apple a smart player when it comes to promoting its product. With HomePod, however, Apple needs to play extra smart, as there are two strong contenders -Amazon’s Echo and Google’s Home devices – already dwelling in the market.
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