HOMEPOD IS WHERE MORE COOKING POTENTIAL IS
Of course, all of this functionality will also be possible with the HomePod, which is set for retail release on February 9. Connected to your iPhone, the HomePod will be able to not only create notes but also set reminders - hey, maybe there’s a particular ingredient that you could too easily forget to buy otherwise - and send messages. The last of those could be especially useful if someone is trying to get through to you, but you can’t practically pick up your phone straight away.
Another reason why you might want to place a HomePod in your kitchen is the smart speaker’s integration with HomeKit. This home automation framework lets its users activate “scenes”, some of which could be particularly time-effective during a cookery session. Perhaps you would like to, with the issuing of just one voice command, switch on your kitchen lights and coffee maker simultaneously? This is a very real possibility with HomePod and the right HomeKit accessories.
Apple HomePod Special Event in 8 minutes