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New MacBook Air Owners Complaining of Wi-Fi Issues

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Gizmodo reports that many owners of the new 2013 MacBook Air are complaining of lost Wi-Fi connectivity, requiring a reboot to reestablish the connection. The issue is reportedly worse when the MacBook Air is on a desk, which might indicate a hardware issue. So, if you’re thinking of buying a new MacBook Air for its significantly improved battery life, perhaps hold off until more is known about this Wi-Fi issue.favicon follow link

 

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Dwayne Melancon  An apple icon for a TidBITS Benefactor 2013-06-21 22:12
I haven't seen this issue at all - WiFi sometimes takes a bit long to show me the list of AP's, but once connected it is solid. And the batter life is killer (as in very, very good).