HomePod Firmware Further Reveals It Will Features 272 x 340 Display And 1GB RAM, Also Hints iPhone 8 Has Screen Resolution Of 2436 x 1125
Apple on last Friday released the HomePod’s firmware allows developers to get acquainted with its features and capabilities, and beyonds iPhone 8 discoveries.
According to Twitter user Avery Magnotti, he digging into code, and found that the screen of the HomePod is primarily used to display a visible multi-color LED waveform when interacting with Siri on the device, the display blends in seamlessly with the top of the device, has a resolution of 272 x 340.
The screen will also feature virtual buttons for Siri and speaker controls for volume. There’s also possibility that HomePod’s screen could display other symbols or information like weather, but its full functionality still unclear.
In addition to revealed display information, the developers also confirmed the HomePod will feature 1GB RAM, the same as some old iOS device memory. HomePod also includes Apple A8 chip, combined with 1GB of memory, its performance to go beyond other smart speaker. HomePod is priced at $349 and will be available on December.
As we learned today, HomePod Firmware tell us that the iPhone 8 will support infrared facial recognition, as well as the all new front design. This time, developer Steven Troughton-Smith continued digging HomePod and found out more about the iPhone 8's secrets.
According to HomePod’s firmware code, Apple's iPhone 8 will be more pixels integrated than iPhone 7 Plus, Steven Troughton-Smith found that the iPhone 8 has a resolution of 2436 x 1125. Compared to 5.5-inch iPhone 7 Plus which has a resolution of 1920 x 1080. This is consistent with KGI’s Ming-Chi Kuo predictions, The display area is 5.15 inches. In addition to the display area, iPhone 8 will be featuring with the Touch Bar likes area", so the front of the device size can up to 5.8 inches.