FourFourThree: Apple’s Wi-Fibre Router article Apple’s wireless router is finally coming to Android devices, after a delay of more than a year.
FourFourTwo has just got the official news that the Wi-fi router will be available in a limited number of select markets later this year, starting with the US.
That is a pretty good sign for the company, which has struggled to get traction with its own devices, but also suggests that it will have a better chance of getting a foothold on Android phones with its new flagship device.
As of now, there is no official word on pricing, but we are expecting a very competitive deal.
The official announcement mentions that the device will be priced at $299, which is quite a bargain considering its size.
It will also come with a 64GB microSD card and a WiFi adapter.
The only real question is whether it will come in a black or silver color.
While Apple is no stranger to making premium hardware, it seems like the company has chosen a different path.
The new device should be a solid step up from its flagship iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus.
It’s not the best wireless router, but it’s still a solid entry point for users.
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