5 You Don’t Have a Bluetooth Speaker Yet
This is one of the easiest questions for everyone considering a HomePod: Do you already have a Bluetooth speaker? Do you use it regularly? If so, the value of the HomePod decreases for you.
While it doesn’t have universal Bluetooth capabilities (no Android connections for example), the HomePod essentially does everything a Bluetooth speaker can, except focused on Apple content.
If you already have a speaker to play your music and you are satisfied with its performance, there may not be a good reason to upgrade quite yet.
The exception here is if your Bluetooth speaker has no smart capabilities, and you really wish you could give it voice commands or control Apple-compatible smart devices around your home. If you lack these features and really want them, the HomePod may be worth the upgrade.