Apple today began taking orders for the HomePod mini in Belgium, the Netherlands, and Switzerland for the first time. The speaker also gained support for languages spoken in those countries as part of a software update released in December.
As reported by iCulture, following Apple’s March 2022 event, it became clear that the HomePod mini will be officially available in the Netherlands and Belgium from the “end of March.” The exact release date had not been announced, but since this morning Apple has been selling the HomePod mini in the Netherlands and Belgium.
Delivery times for customers in Belgium, the Netherlands, and Switzerland can vary from one business day to up to five days, so anyone wanting one for the weekend may want to visit an Apple retail store.
The HomePod mini is available in five colors, including white, space gray, yellow, orange, and blue. The petite Siri-enabled speaker has a woven power cable and includes a 20W USB-C power adapter in the box.