I don't. I was hoping that Siri would improve but was not surprised to see tha tit indeed is just how it was, perhaps even more limiting on the homepod. The sound may be great, and yes it does automatically adjust. But the home max also adjusts using smarsound, and, believe it or not, has slightly better sound than the homepod. I just have some die-hard Apple fans that aren't seeing the writing on the wall even after it's been talked about on twitter about the sound comparisons. Plus, here's one thing you can't argue with. Homepod only gives you the same damn 3 month trial of apple music that everyone else gets. You pya $400 for a home max and you're at least getting a year all-access pass for google play music, which includes ad-free youtube. What's more worth it is a given. In 2006, the iPod Hifi was laughably a failed product because of the fact that it was introduced long after iPods had ran their course, and just a year before the iPhone was introduced. Now here we are, only this time people are buying it because Apple technically has a lot to get behind with Apple music and siri and such. But of course the folks who insist on buying the whole Apple orchard as it were are not opening up to different options.
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