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The iphone12/Pro version supports the wi-fi protocol of 802.11ay, and the XR's path to AD can be extended. There is no need to transfer strategy to follow up wifi6/6e technology. That's exactly what I'm looking forward to, although it's possible I'll buy an iphone12/Pro.

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20 hours ago, zhuiguang2022 said:

The iphone12/Pro version supports the wi-fi protocol of 802.11ay, and the XR's path to AD can be extended. There is no need to transfer strategy to follow up wifi6/6e technology. That's exactly what I'm looking forward to, although it's possible I'll buy an iphone12/Pro.

Hi, there is no iPhone 12 pro out yet, so we don't know what it supports. probably ax again. The current iPhone 11 pro supports Wi-Fi 6 as will more devices this year probably. Basically the roadmap for Wi-Fi 6 is in place and ay wont become a new standard to replace ax as it has limited penetration though walls. The 802.11ay standard runs at much higher frequencies. The lower frequencies of 802.11ax can penetrate walls easily, so that's basically something that ay cannot do. Hope that helps.

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