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Maybe Apple Rushed the HomePod to Market Too Fast
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An Apple representative has confirmed that these white marks can happen, telling Pocket-Lint that it’s “not unusual” for something with a silicone base to interact with some oil- or wax-based wood finishes. Apple said that these marks “can improve over …
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