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At its "Unleashed" event last month, Apple announced that the HomePod mini would be available in three new colors starting in November, including yellow, orange, and blue.

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Image Credit: Brian Tong

The first real-world photos and videos of the new HomePod mini colors were shared today, providing a closer look at the yellow, orange, and blue models, which all have color-matched woven power cables and volume icons. There's still a plain old white Apple sticker in the box along with a 20W USB-C power adapter.





The new HomePod mini colors are now available to order on Apple.com and in the Apple Store app in the United States, Canada, and Mexico, and they are also available for same-day pickup at select Apple Store locations in the United States and Canada.

Availability in China, Hong Kong, Japan, and Taiwan will begin at 6 p.m. Pacific Time today, and the new colors will launch in Australia, Austria, France, Germany, India, Ireland, Italy, New Zealand, Spain, and the UK later this month — there's no specific release date for the latter group of countries yet.

Beyond the new colors, there are no other hardware changes to the HomePod mini, and these remain first-generation models. Pricing remains at $99 for the new colors, and the existing space gray and white color options continue to be available.

Article Link: Here's a First Real-World Look at the New HomePod Mini Colors
 
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Kylo83

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Really dislike these colour, space grey all the way, these don’t look right also do we really need an unblocking video for an old product
 
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NARadyk

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how can so much be said, so many articles be released, and so many yoootoobers release videos about what is basically a new colour.

New colours. there. done. nothing more to see.

Apple marketing. They are fantastic at being able to make you feel like you’re missing more than you actually are. I’m all for the HomePods becoming more popular and mainstream though as I really want some form of OG HomePod 2.
 
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