In this demo I show you where to go to toggle automatic software update on or off within the Home app and also where you can check for the current firmware software version of HomePod .
In this demo I show you how to send, receive and read Messages on HomePod.
In this demo, I give you a demo of my wireless speaker setup at home and take you through the simple process of playing to the HomePod and other wireless speaker devices around my home.
In this demo, I show you how to set single and repeat alarms, toggle alarms on/off, label alarms, delete alarms, and check status of alarms using the HomePod. I also go through setting and managing alarms from the Home app.
In this demo I show you how to reset the HomePod.
Simply unplug and plug back in to power, hold finger on touch surface until announcement/3 tones, HomePod restarts, usual start sound, and begin usual setup process via Popup on iPhone and through the Home app.
In this demo, I take you through the simple steps of asking Siri to stop listening for the "Hey Siri" command (Hey Siri Stop Listening", and how to activate "hey Siri" again via 1 finger double tap and hold (using VoiceOver on the homePod) touch surface to manually activate Siri, then say "Hey Siri Start Listening".
In this demo, I show you how to play media on your iPhone (such as an Audible book) and music playing on HomePod (via Hey Siri play xx), and then via Control Centre, change between iPhone and HomePod.
These are the steps:
In the demo, start an Audible book on iPhone,
Start music playing on HomePod via Hey Siri,
Access Control Centre,
3D Touch on Media,
will be presented with Title track iPhone and title track NameOfHomePod,
Select iPhone or HomePod,
Media controls such as Rewind, Play.Pause, Fast Forward, volume etc will then allow that selected media source to be controlled.
This comes in really handy if you've started music playing in the kitchen on HomePod, your at the back of the house, and you want to change to the next track on the HomePod, Pause, turn the volume up etc.
In this demo, I show you how to transfer a call from your iPhone to the HomePod to then use the HomePod as a hands free speaker phone.
This works for both making and receiving a call.
When your on a call, choose the Hide button to hide the keypad, choose the Audio button, and then choose your HomePod.
The great thing about this for VoiceOver users is that the call is live on your HomePod, whilst VoiceOver and the keypad if you have to use it with automated system stays on the iPhone. Consequently you have two different audio sources, making it much easier to either listen to the phone call or use your iPhone.
My first demo of setting up and playing around with the HomePod.
Support page link for using VoiceOver on the HomePod which will activate if you are running VoiceOver on the iPhone or turn it on in Home app via Room tab, HomePod, Details, Accessibility, VoiceOver.