AirPort Utility, Apple’s official app for managing its AirPort wireless appliances, has received an update fixing bugs that caused many issues for iOS 13 customers, including unexpected quits.
AirPort Utility, the Apple-made iPhone, iPad and Mac app used to manage the company's now-discontinued line of AirPort-branded wireless appliances, has been updated on App Store earlier this week with native display support on iPhone X and iPad Pro.
Apple yesterday released a new 7.8 software for AirPort Express, bringing AirPlay 2 compatibility and support for the Home app to its 802.11n wireless base station.
Are you in the market for an AirPort wireless appliance? If so, you better act fast because supplies of Apple's excellent wireless routers are already dwindling on Apple Online Stores across the globe and the company has no plans to make new ones again.
Apple yesterday published a support document with tips for choosing Wi-Fi routers.
The longstanding rumors of Apple exiting the Wi-Fi router market were true after all.
Looks like AirPort Express may not be getting a suspected AirPlay 2 upgrade after all.
Developers and public beta testers who installed the iOS 11.4 beta are noticing that Apple's AirPort Express wireless base station is showing up in the Home app as AirPlay 2 speakers.
HomePod is arriving February 9 with Apple's standard one-year warranty.
As Apple started selling the first third-party Wi-Fi router in the form of Linksys' Velop, its spokesperson provided a comment regarding the future of its own AirPort line of appliances.
Apple may have stopped developing its AirPort-branded wireless base station devices, but it certainly continues to support users with timely software updates. Just today, they released new firmwares for the AirPort Express, Extreme and Time Capsule base stations.
The new “KRACK Attack” hack that completely opens up some routers and all Android 6.0 and later devices while impacting iOS and macOS has been patched in the developer and public betas for iOS, watch OS, macOS and tvOS, Apple has confirmed to iMore's Rene Ritchie.