WiFi Issues Found in New MacBook Air

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As we know the new version of MacBook Air has recently hit the market. If you have managed to get your hands on it, then you may have faced some issue while using WiFi on this device. Some users are reporting that they are unable to use WiFi continuously due to a bug. The new MacBook Air is unable to maintain a constant WiFi connection for more than 3 minutes. It is not possible to reconnect WiFi until the device is rebooted. Gizmodo has reported that Apple retail stores have also started receiving complaints about this bug.

You should not purchase this device until the bug is fixed. You can find various information about this bug in Apple support communities as MacBook Air users have already started posting about this problem. Several sources are predicting that it is a software related issue. You should note that Apple has announced the new MacBook Air at WWDC. It is available in two models such as 11-inch MacBook Air and 13-inch MacBook Air. You can use 11-inch MacBook Air continuously up to 9 hours and you can use 13-inch MacBook Air continuously up to 12 hours after charging its battery completely. It performs faster than the previous Macbook Air as it includes faster processor. You can use it to make high quality video calls as it comes with FaceTime HD camera.

If you are planning to get your hands on it, then you must be hoping that this bug will be fixed soon. It is available in the Apple online store. If you want to purchase 128GB model of 11-inch MacBook Air, then you have to pay $999. 256GB model of 11-inch MacBook Air costs $1,199. You have to pay $1,299 to get your hands on the 256GB model of 13-inch MacBook Air. If you want to purchase 128GB model of 13-inch MacBook Air, then you have to pay $1099.