The following is the [XGNews]: Apple once made a prototype homepod with built-in battery, but it was not commercially available in the end recommended by xgapn.com.
Bloomberg reporter mark gurman revealed that Apple had internally discussed the smart speaker with built-in battery and made a prototype for it. But it was not commercially available in the end.
Earlier this month, apple discontinued beats peel + Bluetooth speaker, which is Apple’s last battery speaker. In the latest issue of power on chat, gulman said that Apple had built a prototype for a battery powered smart speaker a few years ago.
But somehow, the product didn’t appear in the end. At present, the homepod Mini is the only smart speaker sold by apple. It has no built-in battery and must be connected to the power supply to work.
Perhaps because smart speaker products need to respond to link Wi Fi at any time, and battery power can not meet this requirement.
Gelman also talked about other topics in his chat this week, including Apple’s long rumored AR / VR headset. He again said that the performance of this headset will be equal to that of the M1 Pro chip in the new MacBook Pro, which may cost more than $2000 at the time of release.
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