So I bought a wireless Bluetooth Keyboard (the Apple one) to use with my Retina MacBook Pro. Ever since then, I noticed that my WiFi signal gets dropped, slows down a lot, or fails to connect randomly, especially when waking the computer from sleep. It's almost unusable and even when it works the download speed drops from 20 Mbps to about 0.5 Mbps. As soon as I durn Bluetooth off, the problem disappears, and comes back as I switch it back on. So I thought to myself, surely two modern, ubiquitous technologies were designed to not interfere with each other? Well nope! Apparently of the literally infinite number of frequencies, they use the same 2.4 Ghz frequency. I tried changing my router's WiFi channels to no avail, and I also switched it to 5 Ghz which resulted in there being no WiFi signal whatsoever, completely locking me out of my router and since I have no Ethernet port, cost me ton of money for the internet company to fix it. Not trying that again. What the hell else can I do? Or is the Apple Wireless Keyboard designed to only work offline??