Earlier this week, Apple announced in a local press release that it would expand the availability of the HomePod mini to three more countries on December 13. And exceeding its own launch expectations, Apple is already selling the HomePod mini in Sweden, Finland and Norway.
HomePod mini now available in Sweden and more countries
While the original HomePod was only released in a small number of countries, Apple is now bringing the HomePod mini to more countries around the world. Now customers in Sweden, Finland and Norway can already order HomePod mini online.
Despite the official launch, the availability of the HomePod mini in these countries seems quite limited at the moment, and customers may have a hard time finding a device available in local stores. According to the company’s website, the estimated delivery time for online orders is 4 to 6 weeks.
Here are the HomePod mini prices in each new country:
The HomePod mini was introduced in 2020 as a cheaper alternative to the original HomePod, which was later discontinued by Apple. Apple’s tiny smart speaker has Siri and AirPlay built in, and it also doubles as a HomeKit hub for smart home accessories.
Last year, Apple introduced new colors for the HomePod mini, which are now available in black, white, blue, orange and yellow. In the US, the HomePod mini costs $99.
In addition to Sweden, Finland and Norway, Apple has also confirmed that the HomePod mini will arrive in South Africa on December 19, while Denmark and more countries will receive the product early next year.
H/T: Emir Nukic
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