Apple confirms its overpriced speaker will ruin your overpriced furniture

%name Apple confirms its overpriced speaker will ruin your overpriced furniture by Authcom, Nova Scotia\s Internet and Computing Solutions Provider in Kentville, Annapolis Valley

Since being officially released last week, Apple’s $349 HomePod has earned rave reviews for packing excellent sound quality into such a small speaker. But the verdict on the rest of the HomePod’s features hasn’t been quite so enthusiastically good, and now a new problem with the design has emerged.

First highlighted by Pocket-Lint and The Wirecutter, and now confirmed in statements from Apple, it appears that the silicone base of the HomePod can leave a white ring on some wooden furniture, even if just placed there for a few minutes. The ring may fade over time and vanish completely, but some reviewers are saying it permanently damages the finish, forcing owners to sand and re-finish any affected furniture.

Continue reading…

BGR Top Deals:

  1. Amazon has $9.99 LED light bulbs that can be controlled by Alexa and Google Assistant
  2. Amazon’s deal of the day is a $14 mystery you can’t solve until it arrives

Trending Right Now:

  1. Samsung’s first official Galaxy S9 teaser videos show off new features
  2. Feast your eyes on the first ever photo of a single atom hovering in thin air
  3. New version of the iPhone X with an even bigger screen might cost just $699 this year

Apple confirms the HomePod can leave permanent marks on wood furniture originally appeared on BGR.com on Wed, 14 Feb 2018 at 12:59:54 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

Read more here:: Boy Genius Report