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In a recent move to enhance user experience, Apple has rolled out the HomePod 17.2 software update, coinciding with the release of iOS 17.2. This update follows the HomePod 17.1 release, which introduced the Enhance Dialogue feature for both the original HomePod and the HomePod mini.
While Apple has not provided specific details about the improvements included in the HomePod 17.2 software, the release notes indicate that users can expect bug fixes and overall performance enhancements.
HomePod software updates are seamlessly installed on the HomePod unless users choose to disable this automatic feature. This ensures that users can enjoy the latest enhancements without manual intervention.
For those who prefer a hands-on approach, the HomePod can be manually updated using the Home app. This gives users flexibility and control over the update process, allowing them to manage their device’s software at their convenience.
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