Developer Steve Troughton-Smith spotted the release on Friday morning and has been tweeting out his discoveries since then. Based on the firmware, the HomePod is essentially a big iPhone with no screen, Troughton-Smith says . The device even shows up as an iPhone SE in the iTunes Store, although Troughton-Smith reveals , “there doesn’t seem to be any kind of provision in the HomePod OS shell for installing apps or extensions.” So don’t expect any special HomePod apps right out of the gate. There’s also some code that describes a simple LED display on top of the HomePod, one that could show basic symbols like “+” and “-” and maybe weather icons. Otherwise, the code just looks a lot like boring old iOS:
Thanks for the informative article really appreciated.
I have a couple of questions, I’m a skinny dude I weight barely 64Kg and I’ve been trying to start working out for so long finally have the motivation to do so but it’s Ramadan and this month really goes hard on me and I end up loosing more weight and sinking even deeper, so I figured I’d look up ways to get some exercising in, do you think hiking or jogging while you fast is a good idea especially for a skinny dude like me ? because that’s pretty much all I’m capable of doing for now, I can’t join a gym because I’m too ashamed of the way I look. if you think jogging is not good for me what other options do I have at home to exercise a bit ? thanks a lot and sorry for the long post.