"Apple’s AirPorts have historically lagged behind those of companies such as D-Link Corp., Netgear Inc. and Belkin International Inc., which have rushed to adopt new standards. Apple, which has charged more for its routers, has focused more on integrating control of its devices into its computer operating system and industrial design. The company’s decision to leave the business may be a boon for other wireless router makers.Apple Abandons Development of Wireless Routers - Bloomberg
Earlier this year, Apple stopped making its own external monitors and in October introduced a new strategy by selling new high-resolution screens for professional users with LG Electronics Inc."
Tuesday, November 22, 2016
Apple Abandons Development of Wireless Routers - Bloomberg
No future for Apple's wireless networking products, but you can buy a nifty new Apple book (low-end model available at $199)...