Apple HomePod suffers from overheating

Owners of some Apple HomePod devices are facing problems due to the beta version of the operating system that causes the smart speakers to overheat, and the logic board becomes irreparably damaged in some cases. Trial versions are often distributed to people who are willing to test them for errors and are willing to take the risk of using potentially unstable versions.

Although some trial versions are better than others. But this does not eliminate the chance of a bad version that could destroy the hardware. Apple released beta versions for its various software platforms last month when it revealed the upcoming iOS 15 later this year. And unlike developer betas and public betas for iPhone, iPad, and even Apple TV, HomePod speaker beta versions aren't public and can only be accessed by invitation.

However, HomePod beta versions appear to be accessible to many users. This allows them to test the new features of the HomePod software. Some of them are now experiencing various hardware and software issues with HomePods. And while some of the reported issues revolve around Siri suddenly not responding. All errors may be caused by a hardware problem.

Most reports say that the speaker is getting very hot. And some HomePods automatically turn off due to overheating. But other users who have opened the speakers have reported seeing damaged logic boards. This creates a problem for affected users because Apple's warranties do not cover damages resulting from the use of trial versions. This means that these HomePods must be repaired either by third parties or Apple authorized service centers.

It is recommended that users who are using the OS 15 beta audio operating system via HomePod devices turn off their devices while waiting for a fix from Apple. Those who have not yet updated should stay away from the beta version until the issue is resolved. This is because there is no way to go back to a previous HomePod software version if you encounter problems.

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