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Some new MacBook Airs suffering from Wi-Fi connection problems

updated 11:30 am EDT, Thu June 20, 2013

Latest generation has WiFi connection problems for many

Some owners of the new MacBook Air are having problems with intermittent or non-functional Wi-Fi connections, a large thread on Apple's support forums indicates. The source of the problems is unclear though, as the people complaining have different network situations and configurations, including different routers. Some people in the thread are also complaining about other MacBooks experiencing trouble.

Wi-Fi complaints regularly accompany new Apple releases. Aside from Macs, people have complained about new iPhones and iPads suffering from issues, and even iOS updates. Sometimes Apple has been able to issue software patches to deal with connection woes.



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  1. And.reg

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    Joined: 02-22-04

    Haha... Oops!

    Same thing happened when 10.7 came out. So glad updating to 10.7.1 fixed that. I suspect a software (or firmware) update will fix ac in a day or two.

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