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Hooray! Apple's HomePod Price To Be Slashed


A more affordable HomePod could be in the works. The cheaper HomePod should launch in the United States in the second half of 2018 for $150 to $200. That's significantly lower than the device’s current $349 price point. Apple's selling it as a high-quality speaker first-and-foremost--which helps it stand apart.

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