With the technology world transitioning to better connections and the Internet for its products and uses, Intel is reportedly looking at adopting WiFi 7 for its devices in the coming two years. It beats rivals that fall in the same league, and an example would be Apple which is on the verge of switching to WiFi 6E for its devices in the future.
However, new WiFi modules won’t make much sense if service providers don’t yet offer these services to everyone.
Intel wants to release WiFi 7 for its devices
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Intel wants to release its WiFi 7 transition by 2024.
This report has come from ET News and it has been said that it is twice the speed of WiFi 6E. The next-generation WiFi module it will use for computers that it aims to bring with Intel as its processor will soon get a significant connection to wireless Internet.
WiFi 7 is still a myth in this world because the latest connection available out there is focused on WiFi 6e for devices, and not all technology already features the next generation of WiFi connections.
However, the transition could happen in two years, and it will take a long time for Intel to bring this new WiFi feature to everyone, and by that time, there may be ready and implemented devices offering WiFi 7.
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Apple gearing up for WiFi 6E adoption
Apple, a significant Intel rival, on the other hand, is on the verge of transitioning to WiFI 6E only for its devices, and according to MacRumors, it’s long overdue for the Cupertino giant. This is believed to be happening for the release of the iPhone 13, but it didn’t see the 6E change, only featuring the new WiFi 6 that it brought to its devices.
Intel and Apple Competition
Apple and Intel were once partners in bringing computers and chips together, as before 2020, the Cupertino giant used processors for its MacBook releases that were manufactured by Intel. However, it all fell apart when Apple focused on debuting its M1 silicon processor, which changed a lot on their relationship with the semiconductor company.
Since then, Intel has focused on improving its technology and talking about its devices being better than Apple’s M-series products. A COMPUTEX 2021 presentation from Intel also explained how MacBook computers are “not for gaming” and the company’s equipment cannot process critical with the chip.
Since then, there have been significant comparisons between Apple and Intel that look at their benchmark scores, with the results being based on Intel’s Arrow Lake design.
Intel is a direct rival of Apple, and this new advancement will be a significant controversy for the Cupertino giant as it is not yet ready for the WiFi 7 transition like Intel. For now, Apple is focusing on its transition to WiFi 6E, and soon, the world will switch to other WiFi connections that are better than what we have right now.
Intel may be one of the first in this league.
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