iPhone 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max are supports Wi-Fi 6
iPhone 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max are not compatible with 5G with any new models (we hoped they would arrive in 2020), but that does not mean there will be no speed. All three, iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max include support for Wi-Fi 6.
The iPhone 11, 11 Pro, and 11 Pro Max are the newest phones that support 6-generation Wi-Fi connections.
Apple mentioned Wi-Fi 6 support as a disposable line during a quick list of new features that excited it, but didn’t have enough time to concentrate (understandable, with the selfies and all that.
The three models of iPhone are compatible with 802.11ax, the technical name for Wi-Fi 6. That puts the iPhone at the height of the Samsung Galaxy S10 and Note ten mobile devices, the first phones to get on the Wi-Fi 6 car.
Next-gen connections Wi-Fi 6
Wi-Fi 6 is the newest version of the 802.11 standards for wireless networks, which we commonly call Wi-Fi. Most of your Wi-Fi devices probably use the current 802.11ac or Wi-Fi 5. Devices that support Wi-Fi 6 still speak the same Wi-Fi language to communicate with each other, only talk faster and more efficiently than before.
Wi-Fi 6 Features
It supports faster top transfer speeds (we’ve clocked it at 1,320 Mbps – about 40% faster than the quickest Wi-Fi 5 speeds we’ve measured).
It lets devices send more information with each transmission.
It allows routers and other access points to service more devices simultaneously.
It helps sensors and other wireless devices conserve battery power by programming transmissions.
It facilitates better and faster performance in dense and crowded airports and stadiums.