It sounds like you’ll require a HomePod mini to serve as a hub, however.
Not at all like Alexa and Google Assistant, Siri has been limited to only Apple devices since it was presented almost 10 years prior. That is changing this year, however — Apple recently declared that third-party devices would have the option to exploit Siri as a part of an update to the organization’s HomeKid system.
Apple showed somebody summoning Siri on an Ecobee thermostat. In any case, in light of the brief demo, it seems like these third-party devices will not be full-fledged devices running Siri themselves.
All things considered, it’ll hand-off the order to a HomePod little which will then, at that point send the request. Apple specifically said that third-party companies will not have the option to see those Siri commands.
It’s hazy whether different devices, similar to the Apple TV, can likewise fill in as a Siri center. They do need to imagine that the first, now-discontinued HomePod can likewise link to outsider Siri devices, however they will need to stand by until Apple’s event is finished and dig into the fine print here.
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