According to a recent report, Apple is partnering with Broadcom to bring 802.11ac WiFi to its new range of Macs that are expected to be released this year, which will bring faster connections to the 2013 range.
Apple’s new 2013 range of Macs will feature much faster WiFi than previous model, using the 802.11ac chips from Broadcom, according to the Next Web.
This feature was expected to be included in some of Apple’s 2012 range of Macs, although that never materialized, it will be interesting to see if the new Macs that are released this year come with the faster WiFi, this is something Apple is yet to confirm.
Source The Next WebFiled Under: Apple, Technology News
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