In October Apple announced that the new models of iPad Pro will feature support for Wi-Fi 6E. That made iPad Pro the first, and so far the only device in Apple’s portfolio to have Wi-Fi 6E. This instantly stirred up the Apple users community. I mean, what can be more exciting than using the 6GHz band on the best ever tablet? 6E already means faster and more reliable connectivity, but you can up the game by optimizing 6E networks for the devices.
In a recently posted article, Ben Toner, Founder and CEO of Numerous Networks and an avid blogger takes the readers through the steps of setting up a 6E network explaining how you can get the most out of it on your iPad Pro. He writes,
The new iPad Pro marks a milestone for Apple as the first Apple device to support of Wi-Fi 6E, utilising the relatively new 6GHz band. This is a significant step, but in true Apple style, the implementation is one which sets out to protect the user experience by way of battery consumption, device responsiveness and best network selection. So how do you go about optimizing Wi-Fi 6E networks for Apple Devices?
Read Toner’s article – “Optimizing Wi-Fi 6E networks for Apple Devices” for a step-by-step tutorial. For more stories like this, be sure to sign up to our mailing list today.