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The fifth-generation version, which supports the faster 802.11ac Wi-Fi protocol, debuted on during Apple's June 2012 Worldwide Developers Conference.It includes the same specifications, features, and ports included with the Air Port Extreme, but adds an internal 2–3 TB hard drive to facilitate system backups.With the new shape comes the addition of new antennas, including 3 for the 2.4Ghz spectrum and three for the 5Ghz spectrum.The Air Port Extreme's newfound height is designed to optimize range and signal strength by elevating the antennas while also facilitating beamforming, a function that automatically locates 802.11ac devices and targets Wi-Fi signals towards those devices for optimum performance.Apple will be providing service and parts for the current-generation Air Port Base Stations for the next five years, and the company is sharing several support documents to assist customers who are transitioning away from the Air Port products.Third-party router options such as the Linksys Velop have been available for purchase from Apple since early 2018.While both the Air Port Extreme and the Air Port Time Capsule were last updated in June 2013 with 802.11ac Wi-Fi, but the 802.11n Air Port Express has not been updated since 2012.
All of Apple's Air Ports include a built-in Network Address Translation (NAT) firewall to create a barrier between a network and the Internet, along with password encryption and closed network options.
At 9, the Air Port Extreme is Apple's mid-level base station, offering dual-band higher-speed 802.11ac Wi-Fi, printer and hard drive sharing, and a stronger signal due to its high-rise design and six antennas.
Apple's Air Port Time Capsule, priced at 9 to 9, is essentially an Air Port Extreme with a built-in hard drive that facilitates automatic wireless backups using Apple's Time Machine software.
Last updated in June of 2012, the Air Port Express is Apple's compact, affordable Wi-Fi base station.
Unlike the Time Capsule and the Air Port Extreme, the Air Port Express has yet to be updated with support for the faster 802.11ac Wi-Fi, instead offering only 802.11a/b/g/n simultaneous dual-band Wi-Fi.