You need to rename your HomePod and other iOS devices when your household is nearly cluttered with Apple’s products. Changing the name of HomePod gives you ease of operating this Siri-enabled device especially when you connect it with Bluetooth. For your HomePod, this exercise is equally important. So here is how to rename HomePod.
Changing HomePod’s name is all the more essential when you have got more than one HomePod at home. Note that you can also change the room your HomePod is in. Follow the two methods and give your HomePod a name that you don’t forget easily.
How to Change HomePod Name
Since your HomePod is primarily used for streaming music, you should think of a custom name for it that sounds musical. You can give a name after a famous artist or a group.
Step #1: First of all, launch the Home app on your iOS device.
Step #2: Next, Long press on HomePod accessory card button.
Step #3: Now, tap on Details button from the bottom right corner.
Step #4: Then, tap on HomePod.
Step #5: Here you need to enter a new HomePod name.
Step #6: Tap on Done.
This changes will reflect on all the connected apps and devices
How to Rename the Room Your HomePod is Located IN
Step #1: Open the Home app on your iOS device.
Step #2: Press and hold on HomePod accessory button.
Step #3: Next, Tap on Details.
Step #4: Now, tap on Room.
Step #5: Tap on Create New option.
Step #6: Enter the new room name and then tap on save.
Step #7: At last, tap on Done.
That’s all friends!
You have successfully changed the name of your HomePod. Now you will be able to identify your HomePod(s) even in the middle of all your Bluetooth devices.
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