Apple Releases New 12.3 Software for HomePod

Alongside the iOS 12.3 update that introduces a new TV app for the iPhone and the iPad, Apple has also debuted a new 12.3 software update designed for the HomePod.

The new HomePod software will be installed automatically on the HomePod after you update to iOS 12.3, but you can also manually update and check your software version by following the instructions in our HomePod software how to.


According to the release notes for the update, it is focused on enterprise networks, adding support for "joining some types of enterprise networks that require credentials."

There are no other notable features that appear to be included in the HomePod software update. For more on HomePod, make sure to check out our HomePod roundup.



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10 weeks ago
I spoke to Apple support all the way up to engineering and it was a complete and utter joke. Many had issues with stereo paring not working correctly, issues with Apple ID not staying loaded which seemed to be related to many users who had an iCloud account and a separate Apple ID (which I'd combine if apple wasn't full of $#it and make IDs automatically when you create a new email).

There are numerous emails internally from Apple on the matter and some reps were helpful, but by and large most do not have a clue which says a lot abut their support model these days. Very frustrating for the amount of time to put in for the issue.
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10 weeks ago
and yet, mine works fine. no problems, nothing to see here. Of course, I do only have one Apple ID, I don't keep changing. Maybe that is the common denominator in the "issues"?
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10 weeks ago

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I think he means 12.2 focused mainly on adding support for enterprise networks so 12.3 sounds very similar to 12.2.
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10 weeks ago
Hope this fixes stereo pairing. Whichever HomePod is set as “left” constantly disconnects for me.
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10 weeks ago
Is this fixing the repeated login request for Apple ID I hope.
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