Many road warriors have complained that Apple’s MacBooks lack built-in 3G modems, and while there still isn’t any confirmation that such a feature will be arriving anytime soon, Apple has been granted a patent related to such technology, specifically a patent that will allow the 3G antennas to be housed all around the notebook. Maybe if we’re patient enough, we might even see a MacBook with a built-in LTE modem.
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