Siri Speaker Enters Into Production, Might Be Unveil At WWDC: According to the latest report from Bloomberg, Apple’s most awaited Siri home-based smart speaker has entered into a mass production. The Siri speaker will compete with the Amazon Echo and Google Home which are currently available home based speakers. The Siri Speaker is expecting to be announced by Apple at WWDC 2017.

In the report of Bloomberg, it is mentioned that Apple has started the manufacturing of Siri speaker, but it will not be ready to ship until later in the year. However, the Speaker will be introduced by the Apple at WWDC 2017.

Smart Speaker From Apple May Soon Enter Into Music Market

The Apple’s Siri Speaker is rumored to be different from Google Home and Amazon Echo by having Virtual surround sound technology with superior sound quality. It is reported that the Siri Speaker will be louder and will be able to reproduce sound more sharply as compared to currently existing Amazon Echo and Google Home. It is also rumored that the device will have sensors that will measure the audio of room so that it will be adjusted by the device accordingly.

The Siri speaker will let users listen to music of their choice, it will give information by talking to it and will provide automatic control over the home appliances as well. The Siri technology of Apple is already present in iPhones, Macs and in Apple TVs which is working efficiently in them, but after debuting as Siri speaker this technology will evolve as a particular product of its own. If we are talking about its appearance then, it will have Mac Pro like a concave top and a fat body which would be covered in speaker mesh.

At the event, Apple is also expecting to unveil its new 10.5-inch and 12.9-inch iPad Pro along with the Siri speaker and updated software. The WWDC 2017 is scheduled to be held from June 5th to June 9th in Sane Jose, California. The opening keynote of the event is also going to be live-streamed as confirmed by the Apple on its official website.


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