Could you add support for Calendar on HomePod with iOS 11.4

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    One of the complaints of the users of HomePod is the absence of support Siri for Calendar on HomePod. There are now some data that suggest that this could change with the release of iOS 11.4.

    The Staff Requests to Siri on HomePod now work only for Messages, Reminders and Notes. Are associated with the iPhone that was used to configure HomePod and only work with a single user when both devices are on the same Wifi network.

    When compared with Amazon Alexa, this device has support for interactions of iCloud Calendar in the speakers Echo since its launch.

    When setting up a new HomePod, the process of iOS asks the user if he wants to activate the Personal Requests, showing the applications that can be used with this function. Until iOS 11.4 beta 2, the applications were limited to Messages, Reminders and Notes in iOS 11.4 beta 3 the interface shows Messages, Reminders, Notes and Calendar. This is a good indication that Siri on HomePod will include support for calendar coming soon.

    orders Calendar on the HomePod should be available when iOS 11.4 and the upgrade of software HomePod available to all users, what should happen in the next few weeks.


    Could you add support for Calendar on HomePod with iOS 11.4
    May 8, 2018

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