“Intrepid developers took that firmware apart to find various details about the Siri speaker itself, but also about the next iPhone,” Smith writes. “Because, for some reason, a schematic of the new iPhone form-factor was buried in the software.”
Smith writes, “It’s unclear at this time why the HomePod firmware was released in the wild, but someone’s going to be in a lot of trouble over at Apple these days.”
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MacDailyNews Take: Oops!
Whoever leaked this HomePod firmware, if it wasn’t intentional, isn’t having a fun time at work.
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