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asleep

macrumors 68040
Sep 26, 2007
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NotchBook Pro, please. :apple:

I'm also interested in some real world performance comparisons.
 
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JPack

macrumors G5
Mar 27, 2017
12,833
24,257
Virtually no chance.

This is because specs are still Wi-Fi 6 which suggests Broadcom BCM4378. If it supported 4x4 or 160MHz, it would be BCM4389 which has 6E.

No 6E = no 4x4 or 160MHz.
 

playtech1

macrumors 6502a
Oct 10, 2014
679
861
I'm curious on this too.

3x3 Wi-Fi 6 would be great - 4x4 or 160MHz would be even better but even 3x3 AX seems hard to find (impossible?) on laptops, so I fear it could be 2x2.

If it keeps the 2x2 Wi-Fi 6 from the M1 machines then that's a bit disappointing and a little slower than the machines it replaces.

The fact Apple didn't shout about Wi-Fi being faster has me worried.
 

playtech1

macrumors 6502a
Oct 10, 2014
679
861
Is this evidence of 3x3? I see three wires coming out of the board:

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BreakYurAnkles

Suspended
Oct 17, 2021
508
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I'm curious on this too.

3x3 Wi-Fi 6 would be great - 4x4 or 160MHz would be even better but even 3x3 AX seems hard to find (impossible?) on laptops, so I fear it could be 2x2.

If it keeps the 2x2 Wi-Fi 6 from the M1 machines then that's a bit disappointing and a little slower than the machines it replaces.

The fact Apple didn't shout about Wi-Fi being faster has me worried.
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