Apple Re-launches The Update Of HomePod To Avoid Bricking Speakers

Earlier this week, Apple released a HomePod iOS update that would crash some devices. The Cupertino technology giant is now releasing a revised version of the update that should be safe. The first update was iOS version 13.2, and the new version is called iOS 13.2.1.

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Please note that we do not know if this update is corrected. It is highly unlikely that Apple will resume updates if the problem has not been resolved. We are currently installing it on a HomePod, but this test will not be final either, because version 13.2 did not hide any of our units the first time.

If you already have a brick HomePod, it is reported that Apple will replace it, even outside the warranty, if you contact Apple Support now.

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