Apple offers several features with the HomePod and HomePod mini that no other smart speaker can perform. In terms of sound quality, the HomePod is probably one of the best ones in the market. Moreover, if you are part of the Apple ecosystem, it's a no-brainer that you should opt for the HomePod. Since there are only limited ways to control the HomePod's functionality, Siri plays a major role in bridging the gaps. If you want to adjust or change Siri's volume on the HomePod, Apple does not give you a physical button for that. If you want, there is a way to change Siri's volume on the HomePod or HomePod mini.
Here's How to Easily Change HomePod Volume on Your HomePod and HomePod Mini Using a Simple Voice Command
Apple's virtual assistant is a lot of things but it still lacks behind the Google Assistant in several aspects and we all know that. Nonetheless, Apple's virtual assistant is more than equipped to listen and push basic voice commands. The HomePod and HomePod mini is designed to automatically adjust Siri's volume based on the noise present in the room. However, you can also manually do that irrespective of the noise present in the room. Today. we will show you how to change Siri's volume on the HomePod and HomePod mini.
The trick is simple and everyone can do it quite easily. Moreover, it does not involve any complex workarounds or the use of external software. All you have to do is ask Siri to do it for you. Furthermore, you can adjust Siri's volume to any percent you want. Here's how to change Siri's volume on your HomePod or HomePod mini.
- All you have to do is say "Hey Siri, change your volume to 50 percent."
- You can also say "Hey Siri, speak at 50 percent."
That's all that you have to do. Take note that you can adjust Siri's volume to any percent at all. You should also know that Siri's volume and your media volume are two separate things. If you ask Siri to change its volume to 25 percent, your media volume will not be affected. However, if you ask Siri to change media volume to a specific percent, then Siri volume on your HomePod will not be affected. In addition, the commands apply on both, the HomePod as well as the HomePod mini.
That's all there is to it, folks. Does Siri annoy you between songs if you ask a question? Share your experience with us in the comments.