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  • Yes, Mac should do more to improve the Wi-Fi connectivity of its products.

    In general, Apple products provide an impeccable user experience right out of the box. Indeed, this is precisely how the company has made a name for itself. But one serious sore spot that still exists for its products is that they often have issues connecting to Wi-Fi or making a strong connection. If the company could take care of this, it would have a truly flawless product line.

  • Apple should provide support in the Mac Wi-Fi connectivity problems.

    When Apple fails to support Mac in resolving connectivity issues it undermines confidence in Apple and Mac products, people believe they are synonymous. It's like Microsoft not supporting Windows XP with updates, most people didn't get a new computer they just don't trust Microsoft anymore. If given a choice between Microsoft software and another equitable software I would already be leaning toward the later because in my mind Microsoft can't be trusted to back their own products.

  • Yes, Apple should do more about Mac Wi-Fi connectivity problems.

    Apple should do more about Mac Wi-Fi connectivity problems. People are purchasing these expensive Apple products and expecting them to work the way that they should, however the Wi-Fi connection is very slow or even failing to join a network at all. Apple has tried to push out an update to fix the problem, however it is still not working properly. Apple needs to figure out a way to solve this connectivity problem.

  • Yes, Apple should do more about Mac Wi-Fi connectivity problems.

    Yes, Apple should do more about Mac Wi-Fi connectivity problems. In today's world, Wi-Fi is the primary mode of connectivity. If you cannot connect to a Wi-Fi device due to an Apple related issue, you will be less likely to purchase an Apple product in the future. If Apple is not careful, they could lose some ground in the industry.

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