So, as we all know, there were issues with Siri doing its job on iOS 15. For me, it turned out to be a delay of about a second or two before it responded. I was able to fix this error by upgrading my HomePods to beta and disabling analysis. However, my HomePods were updated again last night to the latest beta and now Siri is not working at all. Everything works instantly and seamlessly through the Home app, but using any HomeKit device via HomePods just doesn't work. Siri sits there and says "one second, it takes a while, one second, one second". I understand it's a beta, but if that's a sign of where things are going, I'm pretty worried. I'm using the Home app, but all of a sudden my voice-activated smart home is just as useful as a car without wheels.
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