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    I have a Macbook Air 13' Mid 2012.
    Specs are standard and as far as I know from the official apple website, this model support 802.11n mode.
    But in fact, having an Airport Express as a home wifi router, Macbook connects in all possible PHY modes, but not the "n" one.
    And the speed is maximum 54MBps.

    I am using a 2,4 GHz mode.


    2 iPhones in my family are working at 802.11n mode with this router (150 Mbps), just this laptop lags.

    Any ideas?
    11-19-2015 03:52 PM
  2. Just_Me_D's Avatar
    I don't know what to tell you. I have a MacBook (early 2009 model) that is currently connected at 5 GHz in wireless N mode.

    Why doesn't my Macbook Air connect to 802.11n?-screen_shot_2015-11-21_at_10_57_08_am.png
    11-21-2015 11:04 AM

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