It hasn’t been long since Apple announced the all new 2013 MacBook Air models at Worldwide Developers Conference 2013. The models started shipping that very day, and some of the people who bought it soon after that are now reporting that they are facing Wi-Fi connectivity issues. Apparently both the 11 and 13 inch 2013 MacBook Air unexpectedly and repeatedly disconnects itself from Wi-Fi, this isn’t normal behavior that can be expected from Apple’s new 802.11ac compatible laptops, so what’s causing this issue?
Gizmodo reports that it has heard from an anonymous source at an Apple retail store in London which is receiving “well above average” complaints regarding this issue. On Apple Support Communities, a thread has already picked up steam where various users are chiming in about the same issue that they are facing. Some claim to have fixed it by using different routers, some claim that the issue persists even with Apple’s own AirPort device. The company hasn’t officially acknowledged that this issue exists and a proper solution is nowhere to be find right now. 802.11ac is actually the next generation Wi-Fi standard, which supports greater speeds.
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