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Philip Schiller
“...deserves a standing ovation”
Okay, everyone. Strap in. This is going to be **long**. After 8 1/2 hours of measurements, and over 6 hours of analysis, and writing, I finally...
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Jordan Ahee 11 Feb 18
Replying to @pschiller
Make the speaker compatible with non-Apple streaming services, Bluetooth pairing, and multiple users/rooms. Until then HomePod is a $350 brick.
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Joshua A. Davies 11 Feb 18
Replying to @JordanAhee @pschiller
It’s far from a brick. Far, far from it.
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Fouzan Alam 11 Feb 18
Replying to @pschiller
I think I'm dreaming. I wrote that. o_O
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.. 11 Feb 18
Replying to @pschiller
Haha I was on my way to link you this tweet on Reddit. Well-deserved, man. You clearly spent a significant amount of time writing the analysis.
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Exiled Jedi Jeff Kauffman 12 Feb 18
Yes, be specific.
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KyRuMo 12 Feb 18
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Fouzan Alam 11 Feb 18
Replying to @jonlech @pschiller
Ah! Then I made a mistake :) I’ll correct it. Thank you.
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Timbox 12 Feb 18
Complaining about Siri is low hanging fruit. I have hardly asked it to do anything besides HomeKit stuff, which it’s great for.
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Madhu Reddy 12 Feb 18
It’s not a complaint. It’s just a fact that Amazon’s Alexa can answer more questions, and interact in a more “human” way.
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Shameer Mulji 11 Feb 18
Replying to @pschiller
"As a product, the HomePod is also held back by Siri. Almost every review has complained about this, and they’re all right to do so. I’m hoping we see massive improvements to Siri this year at WWDC 2018."
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Exiled Jedi Jeff Kauffman 12 Feb 18
I think it’s more held back by the lack of Bluetooth for connecting non-Apple devises. Especially when those devises are used to listen to  Music. This needs to be addressed in a software update. Siri updates are needed too.
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