New HomePod Can Still Stain Some Wooden Surfaces
When Apple first released the HomePod, many people were excited about the potential for the device. However, early adopters quickly found that the HomePod could potentially damage wooden surfaces.
Now, with the release of the second generation HomePod, Apple has addressed this issue. The new HomePod is made from silicone, which is much less likely to damage surfaces.
However, even with the new material, some users are still reporting that the HomePod can leave marks on their furniture. So, what’s the deal?
It turns out that the issue is not with the HomePod itself, but with the way that it interacts with certain types of wood. Some woods are more porous than others, and the HomePod can cause them to expand and contract.
This can eventually lead to cracking and damage to the surface of the wood.
So, should you be worried about using the HomePod on your furniture?
The answer is probably not. Unless you have particularly delicate furniture, the risk of damage is probably quite low.
However, if you are concerned about the possibility of damage, you can always put the HomePod on a cloth or coaster before setting it down.
The second generation HomePod is a big improvement over the original, but it still has some potential drawbacks. If you’re considering buying one, just be sure to keep these things in mind.