Apple's line of WiFi routers hasn't seen an update for nearly five years and now the company confirmed it will discontinue this lineup. The firm entered this market in 1999 and throughout the years it offered a variety of WiFi products. All remaining inventory will be sold.
The routers let Macs, iPhones, iPads and products from other companies connect to the internet wirelessly. Apple had three versions -- the AirPort Extreme, which worked over greater distances, a cheaper and smaller unit called AirPort Express, and a version that could store files called the AirPort Time Capsule.