Some iPhone users are encountering Wi-Fi issues in iOS 17, but it appears to be a problem mostly limited to current and previous beta participants.
The California Institute of Technology (Caltech) has disclosed that it has reached a potential settlement over its years-long dispute with Apple and Broadcom over the use of Wi-Fi patents.
LiFi has been around for quite some time, but it hasn't quite hit the same household name status as WiFi. That may change now that it has an industry standard.
The U.S. Supreme Court declined to hear a challenge to Caltech's Wi-Fi patents, and after a decade-long legal battle, Apple is finally on the hook for the billion-dollar verdict.
Following Apple and Broadcom's $1.1 billion combined loss in court, the US Solicitor General has asked the Supreme Court to block the pair's attempt to invalidate Caltech's patents at the core of the suit.
You should bring creature comforts if you're stuck in a hotel for a long period of time. Here's how to get going with an Apple TV, HomePod, or both while working in a hotel.
You can have your iPhone turn off Wi-Fi by itself, or change just about any setting, whenever you leave home or come back. Here's how to do it.
There can be many reasons why your Mac isn't connecting to Wi-Fi properly, but some issues can be fixed by altering your router's 2.4GHz and 5GHz settings.
Shifts in internal development priorities have caused Apple to indefinitely suspend the development of its own Wi-Fi chips for future iPhones.