Wi-Fi 7 is coming — here’s what to know

If you haven’t invested in a Wi-Fi 6E-compatible router yet, you might never get around to it before the next-generation Wi-Fi 7 standard arrives. There’s already talk it could show up in in iPhones As early as next year. (Macs could get support for the standard not long afterward.

So, what’s so good about this new standard?

The Wi-Fi standard is maintained by the Wi-Fi Allianc and the next iteration will be Wi-Fi 7 (802.11be). This new wireless connectivity breed has multiple advantages to support devices, principally higher peak data rates and much reduced latency. While Wi-Fi 6 was loosely focused on supporting lots of devices, Wi-Fi 7 seeks to boost speed and efficiency in use of those devices.

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Source:: Computerworld