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How to buy Apple’s HomePod mini

Apple’s spherical smart home speaker costs $99

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Apple announced its second smart speaker to date, the HomePod mini, during its hardware event in October. The device is now available for order for $99. Apple also opened up orders for the iPhone 12 mini and 12 Pro Max, and we’ve laid out all order deals for both phones in a separate article.

The HomePod mini is a smaller version of the original HomePod. It features a spherical design with one speaker, and retains the mesh fabric exterior and a small LED display on the top of the device. You can also pair two HomePod minis to use in a stereo configuration.

Apple’s HomePod mini
Photo by Dan Seifert / The Verge

We have a review of the HomePod mini if you are curious to know our thoughts on it, but if you are interested in placing an order ahead of time, we compiled a list of retailers that currently have product listings available for the HomePod mini.

You can buy the device directly from Apple’s website. If you are looking to buy from a retail store, right now, Best Buy, B&H Photo, and Target all have the HomePod mini for purchase. Each retailer has both color options, space gray and white, available.