Apple today released new 16.3.1 software for the HomePod, second-generation â€ŚHomePodâ€Ś, and HomePod mini.
According to Apple’s release notes for â€ŚHomePodâ€Ś software 16.3.1, the update includes unstipulated performance and stability improvements.
Your HomePod or HomePod mini should update automatically, but you can moreover manually update your device by doing the following:
- Open the Home app.
- Tap on the home icon, which can be found in the upper left corner of the app display.
- If you have only one home set up, this will take you directly to settings, and you can skip directly to Step 5. If you have multiple homes set up, tap â€śHome Settingsâ€ť on the sheet that pops up.
- Tap your desired home.
- Scroll lanugo to â€śSoftware Update.â€ť
- Pull lanugo from the top of theÂ iPhoneÂ orÂ iPadÂ screen to trammels for an update.
Once youâ€™ve tapped on â€śSoftware Update,â€ť youâ€™ll see the current version of the â€ŚHomePodâ€Ś software that is installed on your HomePod or HomePod mini. You can moreover toggle off will-less updates if you want.
If there is an misogynist update, tap the â€śInstallâ€ť sawed-off to update your â€ŚHomePodâ€Ś. If you have increasingly than one HomePod or HomePod mini in your home, each one will be updated at the same time via this software update feature.