The discovery likely means that whenever Apple decides to update its Mac line, it'll add new "5G" WiFi chips that were recently announced by Broadcom.
The chips let you connect to a kind of WiFi called 802.11 ac, which is much faster and has a wider range than normal WiFi. It's perfect for home networking, letting you transfer large files between mobile devices and computers at very high speeds.
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