According to iCulture, Apple began taking orders for the HomePod mini in Belgium, the Netherlands, and Switzerland for the first time today.
Apple stated earlier this month that the HomePod mini would be available for pre-order in the aforementioned countries by the end of March, but no specific release date was given. As part of a December software update, the speaker gained support for languages spoken in those countries.
Customers in Belgium, the Netherlands, and Switzerland can now order the speakers from Apple’s regional online stores, though delivery times range from one business day to up to five days, so anyone looking for one sooner should go to one of Apple’s retail stores.
The HomePod mini is available in five colors in the United States, including white, space gray, yellow, orange, and blue. The small Siri-enabled speaker has a woven power cable and a 20W USB-C power adapter included in the box.
The HomePod mini was first released in the United States in October 2020, and it is now available in Australia, Canada, China, Hong Kong, Japan, Taiwan, Austria, France, Germany, India, Ireland, Italy, Spain, and the United Kingdom. Later this year, the speaker is also expected to be released in Sweden, Norway, Denmark, and Finland.