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How to rename the room your HomePod’s in

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As part of the Automatic Setup for HomePod, you select the room the speaker’s in by choosing from a pre-populated list of room names like “Living Room”, ”Bedroom”, ”Kitchen” and so forth…. Read the rest of this post here


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How to Rename Your HomePod

How to Rename HomePod

Personally, I like giving my gadget a special name to ensure I’m able to manage it without any confusion. And guess what, I have renamed my HomePod and the room it’s in. Spilling some beans about the name I have chosen for the smart speaker, I have gone for “King of Pop” and “Ecstasy” respectively.

Have got the special name for your Siri-based speaker? Great! Let me show you how you can rename HomePod using Home App from your iPhone or iPad!

How to Rename HomePod

How to Rename Your HomePod Using Home App from iPhone and iPad

Step #1. First off, open the Home app on your iOS device.

Step #2. Now, tap on the Rooms tab at the bottom of the screen.

Step #3. Next, you need to long press on your HomePod icon.

Step #4. Next up, tap Details in the bottom right.

Step #5. Up next, tap on HomePod and then enter the new name.

Step #6. Tap on Done to confirm the change.

That’s it!

This new name will sync across all your devices as well as apps. Would you like to give a new name to the room where you have placed the speaker? Read on…

How to Rename the Room Which Contains Your HomePod

Step #1. Launch the Home app on your iOS device.

Step #2. Now, tap on the Rooms tab at the bottom → Firmly press on your HomePod icon and select Details in the bottom right.

Step #3. Next, tap on Room.

Now, you need to scroll down and tap Create New and then type in the new room name.

Step #4. Tap Save and finally, tap on Done button to confirm.

That’s all folks!

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How to rename your HomePod (and the room it’s in)

One of my favorite things to do when getting a new Apple gadget is to rename it. My HomePod is now the Death Star and it’s in the Outer Rim.

When you live in a household with as many Apple gadgets as I do, you can’t just leave the default names or identifying them will get confusing fast. If you’ve got more then one HomePod, for example, you’re going to need to give each one a custom name so you don’t get them mixed up. Or, maybe you just want to give your HomePod a clever name. Here’s how.

How to rename your HomePod

HomePod is just too boring sounding for me. One of the first things I did was change its name … to the Death Star.

  1. Launch the Home app on your iPhone or iPad.
  2. Long press on your HomePod accessory button.
  3. Tap Details in the bottom right.

  4. Tap where it reads HomePod.
  5. Type in the new name.
  6. Tap Done when you’re finished.

The change will sync across all your connected apps and devices.

How to rename the room your HomePod is in

Renaming my HomePod just wasn’t good enough for me. With such a clever name as the Death Star, I had to come up with a better name for the room it’s in.

  1. Launch the Home app on your iPhone or iPad.
  2. Long press on your HomePod accessory button.
  3. Tap Details in the bottom right.

  4. Tao Room.
  5. Scroll down and tap Create New.
  6. Type in the new room name.

  7. Tap Save.
  8. Tap Done when you’re finished.

The change will sync across all your connected apps and devices.

How clever are you?

Did you rename your HomePod or the room it’s in? What did you come up with? I can’t wait to hear your ideas.

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