The HomePod Mini gained't stain your costly wood furnishings
When Apple released the HomePod, Apple actually issued a notice advising that users should not place the speakers on wooden surfaces or furniture. This is because the HomePod has a silicone base that can leave marks, especially on wooden surfaces.
According to Apple, it's not uncommon for speakers with a vibration-dampening silicone base to leave slight marks on some wooden surfaces. However, it appears that Apple fixed this issue with the HomePod mini, at least according to a recent review of the device by Rene Ritchie.
This is good news for aspiring HomePod Mini owners who may have beautiful and expensive wooden furniture to place their HomePod mini on, but are concerned about unnecessarily polluting the wood. The HomePod mini is a smaller version of the HomePod for strangers and costs a bit aggressive at $ 99.
So far, initial reviews of the speakers have been mostly positive, with many praising the device for its quick and easy pairing and general ease of use, especially at the given price. If you want to get one, if you want to get it in time for the holidays, now if you want to get one, as shipping times are currently anywhere from 2 to 5 weeks depending on the color you choose.
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