Apple Airport Extreme claims top marks in consumer-grade wireless router survey
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Apple reportedly endangered Airport Extreme family claimed first place handily with a rating of 876. Asus came in second at 860, with D-Link and TP-Link close behind. The average score came in at 847.
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On Nov. 21, reports started circulating that Apple had Airport airport is an aerodrome with facilities for flights to take off and land Extreme was last updated in 2013 with 802.11ac capability, with the Airport Express range extender and audio streaming target still stuck on 802.11n., and had assigned the engineers in the department to other projects within the company. The