HomePod Mini Available to Order in Finland, Norway, and Sweden

Apple is accepting orders for the HomePod mini in Finland, Norway, and Sweden on its online store. The smart speaker is available in space gray, white, blue, orange, and yellow and is estimated for delivery in 4-6 business days in each country.

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HomePod mini pricing is set at €109 in Finland, 1,249 kr in Norway, and 1,295 kr in Sweden, compared to $99 in the United States.

Apple previously announced that the HomePod mini would be available in these countries starting December 13 and orders can be placed in advance. Apple said the HomePod mini will also be available in South Africa starting December 19 and in Denmark next year.

Apple first released the HomePod mini in the U.S. and select other countries in November 2020. With Siri, the smart speaker can be used for listening to music, controlling HomeKit smart home accessories, setting a timer, and other tasks. Beyond new colors, the device has not received any hardware changes since launching two years ago.

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Top Rated Comments

hagar Avatar
13 months ago
Great! Now Scandinavia can also enjoy those feelings of rage when shouting at Siri and hearing back she doesn’t know how to help you.
Score: 13 Votes (Like | Disagree)
PauloSera Avatar
13 months ago
? Pretty sure anyone in the Swedish speaking world that wants a HomePod mini found a way to get one in the 2 years since it was released.
Score: 6 Votes (Like | Disagree)
skitidetdu Avatar
13 months ago
Note that these prices include VAT. In Sweden it is 25%.
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)
gmarm Avatar
13 months ago
Literally who cares at this point ?
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)
CarAnalogy Avatar
13 months ago

Well so much for rumors of an updated replacement. That is, unless (unlikely) they are offloading the rest of the current model in new countries?

No real changes since 2020 and still being introduced to new countries. Not terrible, but not great for their only (current) shipping smart speaker.
Apple has never been shy about selling a product like it's brand new (and for full price) right up until the moment it is unceremoniously dropped down the memory hole.

I don't think even Apple knows what they want to do with the HomePod. They entered the market so late, I think most people are already either sick of smart speakers or are firmly entrenched.

If they really want people to take HomePod seriously, they need to put real work into Siri first.
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Rychiar Avatar
13 months ago
Why bother after this long
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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