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Thursday, 1 June 2017

Apple's Siri Speaker Enters Mass Production

Apple's smart speaker , also known as Siri Speaker , which is designed to compete with Google Home and Amazon Echo, would have gone into production today.

Apple is expected to present its Siri Speaker at WWDC , the World Developers Conference to be held at the McEnery Convention Center in San Jose, California.

Citing sources familiar with the matter, Bloomberg claim that the product has entered mass production, but is not expected to be ready for commercialization until the end of the year.

Apple could introduce an iPad, a MacBook, a Magic Keyboard and a Siri Speaker

There is still nothing confirmed, but we expect the apple bite company to present a 10.5-inch iPad , a MacBook with a great upgrade, a redesigned Magic Keyboard and this smart speaker with Siri.

Despite rumors about the implementation of a touchscreen on the speaker, and comments from Apple's marketing director (Phill Schiller) questioning the functionality of the device without a touch screen , the Siri Speaker will NOT have a screen.

Instead of offering a screen, Apple will differentiate its smart speaker from the proposals of Amazon and Google providing a deep integration with the company's products and a superior sound quality .

The Apple Siri Speaker will support third-party services (and applications) , allowing the device to perform a wide variety of tasks. Of course, it will also be supported with the HomeKit platform.

The manufacturing company in the mass production of the Siri Speaker is Inventec , whose facilities were used to manufacture the Apple AirPods .

In fact, it seems Apple's Siri Speaker has already been in testing in the homes of certain lucky Apple employees for several months.

We will see what devices are presented or not in the Apple WWDC that will begin on June 5. Of course, we will make a wide coverage of the event on our blog.

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