Like iOS gadgets, Macs, the Apple Watch, and the Apple TV, the HomePod will be refreshed with new programming all the time.
Of course, refreshes are introduced on your HomePod consequently, but at the same time there’s an approach to drive a refresh if new programming is discharged. Apple’s auto refresh work isn’t commonly prompt, so it can here and there be helpful to have an approach to physically introduce programming.
Finding HomePod refreshes and keeping an eye on the product variant you have introduced is basic, yet it’s not by any stretch of the imagination instinctive in light of the fact that the refresh work is to some degree covered in the Home application.
Here’s how to get to it:
- Open up the Home app.
- Tap on the arrow in the upper left corner of the display.
- Tap “Home Settings.”
- Select “My Home” or “[My Name]’s Home” if you’ve changed the name of your HomeKit setup.
- Scroll down to “Software Update.”
- Pull down from the top of the iPhone or iPad screen to check for an update.
Once you’ve chosen “Programming Update,” you’ll have the capacity to see the present adaptation of the HomePod programming that you have introduced, and you can flip off programmed refreshes in the event that you need.
In the event that there is an accessible refresh, you’ll simply need to tap the “Introduce” catch to refresh your HomePod. On the off chance that you have numerous HomePods in your home, every one will be refreshed in the meantime through this product refresh include.