Apple reportedly developing tech 100 times faster than Wi-Fi

Apple could be developing a new technology that's 100 times faster than Wi-Fi.

The speculation centers around a code within the iOS 9.1 operating system. The code hints at the development of Li-Fi, a technology first created by researcher Harald Haas at the University of Edinburgh. 

Based on transmitting data through light spectrum, the technology is capable of communications speeds of around 224 Gbps.

Business Insider has a full report on the technology and the associated Apple-related speculation here

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