Updating time capsule
Taking on a tall, cubic shape, the new sixth-generation Air Port Extreme supports the three-times-faster 802.11ac Wi-Fi protocol, which reaches data rates of up to 1.3 Gbps and offers 80MHz-wide channels for double the channel bandwidth.
Though it takes up more volume than the previous generation, at 6.6 inches tall, its 3.85-inch base gives it a smaller overall footprint than the previous Air Port Extreme.
It's believed a regulatory issue caused them to be temporarily pulled.
Apple is rumored to have stopped development on its line of Air Port wireless routers, suggesting we will not see refreshed devices in the future.
You now have two approaches, set the date via the internet, or set the date manually.Apple's Air Port Express is its entry-level Air Port base station, designed to be easy to use and affordable.Priced at , it offers dual-band 802.11n Wi-Fi along with Air Play for wireless music playback and wireless printing.Apple engineers who worked on the Air Port lineup have transitioned to other product teams as Apple aims to focus more on products that generate the "bulk of its revenue."The Air Port Express, Air Port Extreme, and Air Port Time Capsule remain available for purchase, but could potentially be discontinued in the future.
Apple will instead direct consumers to third-party wireless router and backup options, but has not officially confirmed that development has stopped.While both the Air Port Extreme and the Air Port Time Capsule were last updated in June 2013 with 802.11ac Wi-Fi, but the 802.11n Air Port Express has not been updated since 2012.