Apple to Upgrade to a 5G Gigabit Wi-Fi this 2012
Rumors are circulating that adopt a 802.11ac Wi-Fi on its devices this year.
According to reports from AppleInsider, the company is planning to integrate a support for the 802.11ac Wi-Fi this year. The 802.11n standard is capable to support a speed of 1 Gigabit per second. The change will be implemented on Apple’s Time Capsule, AirPort base stations, notebooks, Apple TV and mobile devices. Even no official words had been released, Broadcom, one of Apple’s component makers has showcased the chips compatible to the new standard at the recent CES 2012. The new standard, 802.11ac, features improved readability, more power efficient and better networking range.View Article Source »