Home users, especially Apple fans who own 802.11ac-enabled devices, will love the new AirPort Extreme for its all-new elegant design, ease of use, and great performance; advanced users should look elsewhere for more features and customization.
As long as you don't need expert-level features, the 2013 AirPort Time Capsule is an excellent backup/file server for Apple fans -- especially for those with 802.11ac-enabled Macs.
The new Apple AirPort Express Base Station is a decent upgrade to the previous generation, but it doesn't have much beyond its supersleek looks to impress us when compared with its peers.
Firmware update repairs vulnerability in two AirPort base station models related to a major flaw in OpenSSL.
The Apple AirPort Extreme cures networking headaches for novice Mac users with a simple setup, but competing devices offer Windows users more network customization and faster speeds for less.
Normally $179.99 new and $99.99 refurbished, this powerful router promises painless setup and dual-band operation.
The latest update for AirPort base stations addresses some minor but annoying bugs in Apple's line of Wi-Fi routers.
Tempted to get one of the new AirPort products? Make sure you belong to one of these groups of consumers.
Apple's new AirPort base stations are good networking devices, but there are things the company can do to make them even better. CNET editor Dong Ngo offers that to-do list.
CNET editor Dong Ngo dabbles in the realm of magic tricks with the help of Apple's 802.11ac-enabled AirPort Extreme Base Station and Time Capsule