Leopard comes with Wireless N enabler?

blahbrah

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Nov 9, 2006
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Hey I installed Leopard the other day and noticed that my wireless N was now enabled in my macbook. According to the info tab of Network Utility it is a/b/g/n. Anyone else see this on theirs?
 

nineteentwelve

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May 31, 2007
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If I recall rightly, the reason you had to pay for the enabler before, is because it was a new feature that wasn't advertised as a feature when you bought your Mac. Of course, as you've now bought Leopard, Apple have added this as a feature. Therefore, you don't have to pay for it.

Jolly good show, if I may say so myself.
 
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