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MacBook - Airport not receiving full connection?


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Only 3 of Airport's 4 bars are filled up in the menu icon -- does this mean I'm not getting a full Wi-Fi connection?
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It means your signal is good but not excellent. In other words, not full strength.

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it doesn't Influence your download and view the web. 3 of 4 bars in your macbook is ok.
and even if the number of the bars only 1 or 2 the speed of your network is also normal.
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