Make and answer phone calls on HomePod
To make and answer phone calls on HomePod:
Then you can ask Siri on HomePod to make a call and answer an incoming call from your iPhone to your HomePod. Here's how:
To call someone on HomePod, say something like "Hey Siri, call Archie."
To answer a call from your iPhone to your HomePod, just say "Hey Siri, answer my phone."*
To hang up, just say "Hey Siri, hang up."
If you miss a phone call, say "Hey Siri, who just called?"
*Incoming calls from your iPhone won't ring on HomePod.
Transfer a call to HomePod
When you make or receive a call on your iPhone, you can transfer the audio to HomePod and use HomePod as a speakerphone. Here's how:
- During a call, tap in the Phone app.
- Choose your HomePod.
- When the audio from the call connects to HomePod, a green light appears on the top of HomePod.
To put yourself on mute during the call, tap on your iPhone.
To increase or lower the volume, tap or on the top of HomePod or use the volume buttons on your iPhone.
To switch the audio back to your iPhone, tap , then tap iPhone.
To end the call, tap the top of HomePod or tap on your iPhone.
You can’t use Siri on HomePod while you’re using HomePod as a speakerphone.
Manage multiple calls
If another call comes in while you’re using HomePod as a speakerphone, you can answer it on HomePod and switch between calls. Here's how:
- To answer an incoming call and put the current call on hold, tap the green light on the top of HomePod.
- To end the current call and answer a new one, double-tap the green light on the top of HomePod.
- To switch between calls, tap the top of HomePod.
- If you set your speaker access to require a password in the Home app, only the primary user can transfer phone calls.
- In certain situations, CDMA networks may not be able to hold or swap calls. Contact your carrier to see if they support these features.