Recently, Apple was Updated their HomePod to version 12. Now, the newest HomePod update brings lots of useful abilities for their users such as, Apple’s smart speaker which includes support for setting multiple timers, lyric search, receiving and making phone calls, find my iPhone and many more features.
However, on previous HomePod users could set one-timer but not by its name, with this new software Apple is allowing you to set and give a name maximum of 20 timers at the same time. It should greatly help out too many HomePod owners who have located their speakers in the kitchen. Multiple timers are always helpful for you in the kitchen, for instances if you are making food, set one timer for vegetables and other for pulses. Therefore it is a simple and much useful tool for all the housewives.
Additionally, this HomePod smart speaker by Apple allows users to easily receive and create phone calls just by asking with the Siri to make a call to a person in your contacts or just speak out a phone number. However, all incoming calls are automatically directed from iPhone to HomePod, and you will be able to reply to miss calls by asking the Siri, ‘Hey Siri, who called me?’ any time you want.
Let’s discuss how to set the multiple timers with Homepod easily. The process is easy and simple if you follow in the given sequence.
Steps to Set Multiple Timers with HomePod
Before continuing to set multiple timers, ensure that the software which is installed on your HomePod is updated. As the multiple timers option is only supported on iOS 12 and later. To set the multiple timers, first, check for the update by using the Home app on your iPhone or iPad. Also, follow the steps in a proper sequence to avoid trouble and damages. Setting multiple timers on your HomePod is a very easy and simple process like you are asking Siri for them. Here how to do it:
- First, just say “Hey Siri” to activate Siri on your Apple device.
- Now, speak “Set a timer for (an amount of time)” just for setting your initial timer.
Note: you can also give a name during the time you set up the timer by saying like “Set a steak timer for [an amount of time]” only if you want to do it.
- After that, again activate Siri.
- Again, say “Set a timer for [an amount of time]” to set your second timer. If you want then also give a name to it.
- Finally, repeat these steps to continuing setting the timers maximum up to 23 at one time.
When you set the timer, then you can ask the Siri about the progress on any individual timer by asking the Siri directly.
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