Apple will start shipping its new 802.11ac Wi-Fi router in April and offer a new, smaller version in early 2018.
The new Wi-IOS 6E, which can be used for home and business networks, will offer a range of speeds, including gigabit, 1 Gbps, 10 Gbps and 25 Gbps.
The Wi-fi 6E also supports Bluetooth 4.0, which Apple said would make it the first 802.15.4 wireless router to support it.
The company also will begin selling the new Wi the router through a variety of retail outlets, including Target, Best Buy, Walmart, and Target.
It will be available in the United States, the U.K. and Europe in early March and in other countries by the end of the year.
It’s the latest version of Apple’s flagship Wireless-N wireless router, which debuted last year with the release of its first flagship Mac Pro.
The Mac Pro has a quad-core Intel Core i7 processor and 2.4GHz dual-core GPU, as well as a 1TB hard drive.
Apple’s newest Wireless-E, the Mac Pro Air, has the same processor and GPU.
Apple also is selling the Wireless-I, the second-generation wireless router.
The Wireless-IE was launched last year as an entry-level device that had a Wi-FI chip and only had a wireless card slot.
It came with a 128GB hard drive and a USB-C port, and has been discontinued.
Apple is offering the Wireless 5, which is a more expensive version of the Wireless 6, which sells for $499.
The latest Wireless-IES is a cheaper model, with a quad core Intel Core M4 processor and an 8-core Nvidia Quadro M4000 GPU.
The new wireless routers are expected to cost around $150, and there’s a good chance that Apple will sell them in multiple flavors.
The company has previously said it is launching three different versions of its wireless routers, the wireless 4G, the Wi-Gigabit, and the wireless 5G.
The first two of those, the 6G and the Wireless 8G, have been discontinued, and are now in the “beta” phase.