Concerns that Cisco and Apple could clash over the use of the name "iPhone" for Apple's latest product appeared to be off the table yesterday as Cisco was reported to have offered Apple rights to use the name. Today, the situation has changed.
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The former-computer companyrenamed from Apple Computer to just Apple todayhas gone Draft N happy. Their new Airport Extreme version will have no new, special name, and support both 2.4 GHz (802.11b/g/n) and 5 GHz (802.11a/n).
Computers shipped to date with Intel Core 2 Duo chips (with the exception of a single iMac model) can be upgraded to add Draft N capability through a firmware patch due in February along with the updated base station.
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