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Apple May Be Bringing Back A Classic Internet Device

Apple May Be Bringing Back A Classic Internet Device

However, there are some facts that we can still glean from the documentation. Specific details such as output watts and frequency tolerance have not yet been detailed (perhaps due to Apple’s non-disclosure agreement, or perhaps because these items haven’t been officially tested yet). However, it does show the tested frequency range and power output of the new (so far) grid converter under a variety of test conditions.

But one test report, in particular, reveals some important hardware details. The report states that the device will have an integrated battery and have two 2Gb Ethernet ports, along with a USB-C connector and an antenna of some sort. It comes with 32GB of internal storage, 1.5GB of RAM and can support standard IEEE 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi radio, Bluetooth radio, and NFC signals. It is also designed to be connected to a host computer via the USB-A port, from which it draws its power.

As for when we expect Apple to reveal this new device, how much it will cost, and when it will be available, that remains to be seen. We hope that more information will be revealed once the non-disclosure agreement is lifted in late 2022.

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