Customer Orders for the First HomePod Models Start to Arrive in Australia and New Zealand


It is officially the day of the second-generation HomePod’s launch in New Zealand and Australia as of today, February 3. Due to time zone differences, customers in New Zealand and Australia are typically the first to receive new devices, but one fortunate MacRumors reader was able to receive his speaker yesterday


Customers who pre-ordered a HomePod when it was revealed on January 18 are beginning to receive their purchases, and images and first reviews will soon start to circulate online on Instagram, Twitter, Reddit, and the MacRumors forums


Customers will be able to buy a new HomePod in an Apple Store for the first time in Australia since New Zealand doesn’t have any official Apple retail locations. We can predict what to expect in other Apple Stores around the world based on the Australian store stock that is currently available. It’s anticipated that the new HomePod will be easily accessible


Asia, Europe, and then North America will be the next regions where the HomePod will be sold and delivered after New Zealand and Australia. Apple Stores will be open as usual for walk-in purchases and for customers to pick up reserved devices

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