Apple HomePod mini will come to Denmark in spring 2023

Apple’s HomePod mini smart speaker is gearing up for launch in Denmark and other Scandinavian countries this spring. The announcement comes after the company postponed the release of the device to December 13 in Denmark, Sweden, Norway and Finland.

HomePod Mini

The HomePod mini was initially announced at Apple’s October 2020 event and released in select markets in late October. It has since been made available in the US, Canada, UK, Taiwan, Switzerland, Spain, New Zealand, Netherlands, Mexico, Japan, Italy, Ireland, India, Hong Kong, Germany, France, China, Belgium, Austria, and Australia. And last month, Apple introduced more color options, including blue, yellow, and orange.

Surprisingly, South Africa is getting access to the HomePod mini a full month earlier than the Scandinavian countries. But it looks like Danish customers won’t have to wait too long as it’s on display at the Apple Store for a price of 899 Kroner.

The HomePod mini is designed to work with Apple Music and other streaming services such as iHeartRadio, Radio.com, and TuneIn. The device is rumored to soon support Apple Lossless audio, which is currently only supported on the full-size HomePod.

The mini version of Apple’s signature device features an S5 chip, which enables powerful sound processing and machine learning capabilities. The 3D 360-degree sound gives surprising sound quality and music clarity, while the spatial awareness technology adapts the sound to the size and shape of the room.

The miniature device has a four-inch woofer to fill a room with balanced bass and crystal clear sound, and two microphones to record voice commands. When the device arrives in Danish stores, users would have access to Apple’s ecosystem of integrated products such as Siri and HomeKit incorporated into the HomePod mini.

With the HomePod mini expected to arrive in the region in the spring, customers can expect to see Apple’s latest innovation on shelves soon.

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