Apple announced a handful oflast week, including a long-awaited calling feature for Siri with .
When the HomePod debuted in February, you were able to connect to a call initiated or answered through your iPhone. With the updateyou can now make and receive calls without a phone. How it works:
Making and receiving calls using HomePod
When you're ready to make a call, ask Siri to call you from your list of synced contacts or dial a specific phone number by: You speak the numbers. When you're home, when someone calls your phone number, your iPhone can be automatically routed to the HomePod by saying, " Hey Siri, answer my iPhone ."
Miss a call? You may ask: " Hey Siri, who has just called " to hear the answer, " Your last call came from (Number). " With the sound selected on the iPhone do you hear can move calls from HomePod to iPhone anytime too.
According to Apple, HomePod is compatible with iPhone 5s or higher, iPad Air or higher, iPad Mini 2 or higher, iPad Pro and iPod Touch 6th generation. Here is our complete outline ofin iOS 12.