Earlier this week, Apple released iOS 14.3 to the public. Now, Apple has released an update for its pair of smart speakers, the HomePod and HomePod mini.
On Tuesday, Apple released 14.3 software for both the large and small HomePod smart speakers. This arrives a little over a month since Apple launched the 14.2 software. That update brought with it the Intercom feature, as well as improvements to Siri as well.
This time around, there aren’t any major forward facing features for the HomePod and HomePod mini owners out there in the wild. Apple says in its changelog for software update 14.3 that it includes general performance and stability improvements.
If there are any other additional discoveries made with this software update, we will update this post accordingly.
The HomePod and HomePod mini will update its software automatically. However, you can check out the tutorial just below to manually manage the process, too.
Resource: How to update the software on your HomePod
If you picked up a HomePod mini, are you happy with the smaller Siri-enabled smart speaker so far?