Firmware audioOS (19L452) for HomePod

Apple has recently released the latest update for their HomePod, audioOS (19L452), which is now available as an over-the-air (OTA) update. This update brings several new features and improvements to the HomePod, making it an even more powerful and versatile smart speaker.

One of the most notable new features in audioOS is the ability to make phone calls on the HomePod. This feature allows users to make and receive calls using their iPhone and the HomePod as a speakerphone. This is a great addition for those who want to make calls hands-free, or for those who want to use the HomePod as a conference call speaker.

Another new feature in this update is the ability to control multiple HomePods with the same Apple ID. This means that users can now group multiple HomePods together to play the same music or make a conference call, making it even more convenient to use.

In addition to these new features, audioOS also includes several improvements to the HomePod’s performance and stability. This includes improved Siri accuracy, better sound quality, and better connectivity with other devices.

To update your HomePod to audioOS, simply go to the Home app on your iPhone or iPad and tap on the HomePod. From there, you can check for updates and download the latest version. It’s also worth noting that you will need to have your iPhone or iPad updated to iOS 13 or later in order to update your HomePod.

Overall, audioOS is a great update for the HomePod that brings some much-needed new features and improvements. With the ability to make phone calls and control multiple HomePods, the HomePod is now an even more powerful and versatile smart speaker that can be used in a variety of ways. If you haven’t already, be sure to update your HomePod to audioOS and enjoy all the new features and improvements that it has to offer.