Apple HomePod Teared Down But We Still Don't Know How Siri Looks Like

Posted: Feb 12 2018, 7:53am CST | by , in News | Apple

Apple HomePod Teared Down but We still don't Know How Siri Looks Like

iFixit took apart the new HomePod speaker.

Apple is shipping the HomePod voice assistant speaker since Feb. 9. iFixit managed to open up a HomePod to give us a glimpse of what its made of. To get inside was apparently a problem. "One thing’s for sure, the HomePod wins at being the worst device ever to open. This thing is bulletproof—meant to withstand intense vibration and minimize buzzing components. Despite the abundance of screws, it took a ton of heat and cutting tools to get anywhere," states iFixit.

The inside of the HomePod is again something to marvel at. Apple has always also applied lots of attention on the inside of devices and not just how they look and function from the outside. "We have to admit that we’re pretty impressed with the amount of tech Apple squeezed into this thing. From the speakers to the power supply, the internals are super dense, elegant and efficiently packed," says the iFixit team.

You can find the complete Apple HomePod teardown on the iFixit site. The HomePod sells for $349 at the Apple Shop. There is no shortage of the HomePod and you can get it still shipped in time for Valentine's Day.

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