Could Apple’s search for a Wi-Fi software engineer be a hint that the iPhone 4G might sport 802.11n wireless? The job posting indicates that the company is looking for a worker who can implement the 802.11a and 802.11n standards, along with the existing 802.11b/g technology. With that in mind, do you think that the iPhone 4G and upcoming Apple tablet will be sporting 802.11n Wi-Fi, or will we have to continue waiting in order to get 802.11n Wi-Fi in the iPhone? One thing you’d want to take note, the iPhone 3GS’s Broadcom chip supports 802.11n Wi-Fi, but the official specs on Apple’s page state that it supports 802.11b/g only.
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