Apple HomePod, is it very much?

Someone asked, if there is no iPhone, only iPad, can you use HomePod.Seeing this problem, the first reaction is not to use, but should carefully consider whether it is worth homepod.

One reason is that HomePod is very limited.Inscoup, SIRI is limited. Specifically, SIRI is too small. Especially compared with numerous domestic smart speakers, HomePod is very obvious.

Therefore, some people say HOMEPOD, in addition to listening to Apple’s own Apple Music, other experiences are matched. I am quite agree with this evaluation.

That is, if you are not the faithful user of Apple Music, it is basically not recommended to use HomePod. Of course, if you like to use Siri, homepod is also good. Use Siri with homepod, for example, consult the weather to Siri, ask the encyclopedia knowledge, and so on, this experience is still very good. I often use this. However, users who like to use Siri everyday seems not much.

There is also an important reason for not recommending Homepod, that is, electronic devices cannot connect homepod through Bluetooth, which means that in addition to Apple’s hardware devices, other brands of equipment cannot connect to HomePod. Users in the problem are not using the iPhone, and when other brands can not connect to HomePod through Bluetooth, they may swear.

However, Apple has been working hard to improve the practicality of the HomePod system. In fact, the HOMEPOD system has been improved. For example, a shortcut instruction can be performed recently.

However, if SIRI does not join more practical content, it is hard to make more users satisfaction. For example, an important content is news. However, from the perspective of national conditions, the content of news information is difficult to join Apple.

Since Apple launches more affordable HomePod mini, users who use the HomePod series products have increased a lot. More and more people have experienced the features of HomePod.

From the feedback from the user, HOMEPOD is very likely to be very high. Because HomePod can’t play the podcast, I was allowed to be discarded. However, after the recent HOMEPOD system upgrade, re-play the podcast, I started to increase the number of times.

Therefore, it is certainly prudential consideration before starting homepod, considering whether you use HomePod scenes.

Cuba becomes first country to vaccinate toddlers against Covid

HAVANA: Cuba on Monday became the first country in the world to vaccinate children from the age of two against Covid-19, using home-grown jabs not recognized by the World Health Organization.

The communist island of 11.2 million people aims to inoculate all its children before reopening schools that have been closed for the most part since March 2020.

The new school year started on Monday, but from home via television programs, as most Cuban homes do not have internet access.

Having completed clinical trials on minors with its Abdala and Soberana vaccines, Cuba kicked off its inoculation campaign for children on Friday, starting with those 12 and older.

On Monday, it started distributing jabs in the 2-11 age group in the central province of Cienfuegos.

Several other countries in the world are vaccinating children from the age of 12, and some are conducting trials in younger kids.

Countries such as China, the United Arab Emirates and Venezuela have announced they plan to vaccinate younger children, but Cuba is the first to do so.

Chile on Monday approved the Chinese Sinovac vaccines for children between six and 12.

The Cuban vaccines, the first developed in Latin America, have not undergone international, scientific peer review.

They are based on recombinant protein technology — the same used by the United States´ Novavax and France´s Sanofi jabs also awaiting WHO approval.

Unlike many other shots in use, recombinant vaccines do not require extreme refrigeration.

The majority of schools in Cuba have been closed since March 2020, reopening for a few weeks at the end of last year before closing again in January.

The government has announced schools will reopen gradually, in October and November, but only after all children have been vaccinated.

UN agency UNICEF has called for schools worldwide to reopen as soon as possible, as “the long-term costs of closures are too high and hard to justify.”

Cuba has seen an explosion in coronavirus infections in recent months, putting pressure on its health system.

Of the 5,700 coronavirus deaths recorded since the outbreak started, nearly half were in the last month alone, as were almost a third of all reported cases.