Swiss Apple Store Confirms 802.11n Airport Express, Then Changes Its Mind

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French Mac site MacGeneration discovered that the Swiss Apple Store touted a new version of Apple’s delightfully compact and stereo-friendly Airport Express that would stay the same on the outside but throw in blazing hot 802.11n WiFi on the inside, too. The evidence is in the picture above. Unfortunately, there is no word that this upgrade is on its way at any other Apple Stores, and even Switzerland, breaking neutrality, now bears not a trace of any 802.11n verbiage.

As MacGeneration puts it,

Le webmaster qui a fait la bourde a se faire taper sur les doigts. La page consacrée  la borne Airport Express sur l’Apple Store suisse a été modifiée et ne fait plus mention de la prise en charge du 802.11n.

Or, if you’re into the whole English thing,

[Update: 16/03 23:30] webmaster who made the bourde had to be done to tap on the wrist. The page devoted to the Airport Express at the Apple Store Swiss has been modified and no longer refer to the taking over of 802.11n.

Let’s hope the wrist-tap is temporary. How soon is next Tuesday, anyway?

MacGeneration via AppleInsider

One response to “Swiss Apple Store Confirms 802.11n Airport Express, Then Changes Its Mind”

  1. sanshuang says:

    there is no word that this upgrade is on its way at any other Apple
    Stores, and even Switzerland, breaking neutrality, now bears not a trace
    of any 802.11n verbiage.