How to find your phone with HomePod

Apple’s HomePod gets this accommodating, pinging refresh this week.

 

 

Apple declared a bunch of new items and programming a week ago, incorporating refreshes for Siri with Apple HomePod.

Download the most recent HomePod refresh (in the wake of refreshing to iOS 12), and your HomePod will get pinging “Discover my Phone”- like component like what’s now accessible on the Apple Watch. Siri would now be able to enable you to find your iPhone , iPad , Apple Watch or MacBook.

Your HomePod will perceptibly ping adjacent gadgets to find them. For instance to locate your cell phone, simply ask the speaker “Hello, Siri, where’s my iPhone?” In our testing, Siri answered with, “I discovered CR’s iPhone adjacent. Would it be a good idea for me to attempt to make it play a sound?”

Once the gadget is pinged, you’ll likewise get an email notice affirming that a sound was played on your gadget, alongside a timestamp for the activity.

There aren’t any settings to empower, as long as your HomePod and Apple gadget are under a similar record. Inasmuch as your iPhone or iPad has an Internet association (either Wi-Fi or cell) it will simply work.


As indicated by Apple, the HomePod is perfect with iPhone 5S  or later, iPad Air or later, iPad Mini 2 or later, iPad Pro and iPod Touch 6th era.

Here’s our entire summary of HomePod update in iOS 12.

Try not to have iOS 12 yet? Here’s the means by which to refresh your gadget.

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