According to a report from iCulture, Apple customers in the aforementioned countries (Belgium, Netherlands and Switzerland) can now purchase the smaller version of Apple’s HomePod.
When asked about a particular release date earlier this month, Apple responded that the HomePod mini will be available for pre-order in the above countries by the end of March. A software update issued in December included support for languages spoken in those nations.
However, shipping timeframes might vary from one business day to up to five days. If you want to pick up a homePod speaker sooner, you should visit an Apple retail store instead of ordering through Apple’s regional online shops.
The HomePod mini comes in white, space grey, yellow, orange, and blue, much like in other nations. There is a 20W USB-C power adapter included in the package with the little Siri-enabled speaker.
As of October of this year, the HomePod mini is available in the United States, Canada, China, Hong Kong, Japan, and Taiwan, as well as in the United Kingdom, Austria, France, Germany, India, Ireland, Italy, and Spain. Later this year, the speaker should also be available in Sweden, Norway, Denmark, and Finland.