WiFi 6 put to the test! 802.11ax iPhone 11 any good? wifi 6 technology

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Does the iPhone 11 perform better than an iPhone 10 XS Max and iPhone X when using WiFi 6? What about a PC upgraded to use WiFi 6? Is it worth it upgrading your network to WiFi 6 (802.11ax)? In this video I show you the performance of multiple devices –iPhone 11, iPhone XS Max, iPhone X, iPhone 7 and PC –when using a Netgear Nighthawk AX6000 RAX80 Router. Is wifi 6 better? I think so based on my tests. I am getting over 800 Mbps on a iPhone and over 900 Mbps with a PC. I think that is good performance! However, this is in a test environment –your results may vary depending on where you position the WiFi access point or router and what interference you encounter (thick walls) , metal etc). You also need devices that support 802.11ax such as a Galaxy S10 or iPhone 11. Without Wi-fi 6 or 802.11ax support, you may not see much difference in your tests. ======== ================ Menu: ======================== Overview 0:00 Spoiler results: 2 : 41 Is is worth buying a wifi 6 router? 3:52 Techn ical content start: 4:40 Unboxing: 4:57 iPhone 11, XS Max, X, 7 Wifi 6 testing: 9:10 PC WiFi 6 network card testing: 12:58 ============ ============ Devices used: ======================== Netgear Router: WiFi card: Please note that links listed may be affiliate links and provide me with a small percentage / kickback should you use them to purchase any of the items listed or recommended. Thank you for supporting me and this channel! #wifi #iphone # wifi6.

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18 comments

Maicon Doohn 10/03/2022 - 3:40 Chiều

Great video as always! Thanks.

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Syed Shah 10/03/2022 - 3:40 Chiều

Very good viewing, I would think a wifi6e router would improve these results, as these use the new 6GHz spectrum. You would also need compatible devices though.

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Aaron Smithson 10/03/2022 - 3:40 Chiều

Thank you David. Been thinking about this as I am about to start upgrading my home computers. Most will be wired but for the laptops when I am not at the desk would like nice speeds. Been looking at the Netgear Orbi RBK852 (or the 853)

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Arun Chandrashaker 10/03/2022 - 3:40 Chiều

Great video! Can you test Wi-Fi 6 on airdrop? A video please?

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Constantinos Mitsopoulos 10/03/2022 - 3:40 Chiều

How can I confirm that my iPhone 12 pro is connecting through WiFi 6 to my router? I have 10gbit down/ up and I'm getting 750mbit which is the WiFi 5 limit (almost). Thanks

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QuantumBraced 10/03/2022 - 3:40 Chiều

It's important to clarify a few things. Testing with iperf between 2 wireless devices will give you half the bandwidth you can expect in a normal WAN -> client setup, because the Wi-Fi router has to use the same radio to communicate back and forth between the 2 wireless devices. Wi-Fi is not full duplex, so that halves your bandwidth. This is why in the beginning, the phones were "only" hitting ~500-600 mbps. Then, when he tested with the server hardwired, the only device using Wi-Fi was the client and then you saw the true speeds you can expect from the WAN (Internet) which is in excess of gigabit. He got ~930 mbps consistently because the server was limited by a gigabit ethernet port. Now, in order to get these speeds you need to enable 160 MHz channel in both the router/AP and your client. With a 2×2 160MHz card, such as the one he had in the PC, the theoretical max speed is 2.4 Gbps. In the real world you get about 40-50% of that which is about a gigabit. And that's pretty darn good, with a good setup and good positioning of your antennas you can actually max out a gigabit internet connection.

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John KC 10/03/2022 - 3:40 Chiều

HELP PLEASE. why my iphone 11 can't detect wifi 5 GHz while my other iphone 11 pro and iphone X can. I already reset my network setting still can't. Anyone help me

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ShadowTheLight 10/03/2022 - 3:40 Chiều

How on earth do you use iperf? I wanna check my connection but I'm so lost on the tutorials online

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Stuart Cross 10/03/2022 - 3:40 Chiều

Why isn't doing a speed test a good test? Most of what I do is downloading from the internet, i.e, streaming of data, gaming etc. For this it's the download speed of your internet connection that matters isn't it?

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Dara ohuiginn 10/03/2022 - 3:40 Chiều

Superb! Thanks from Canadá.

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Uniform Health 10/03/2022 - 3:40 Chiều

well done !! love when tech support says o yeah your connection is slower than advertised because of overhead:| you should expect 60 to 70% less than advertised speed. this guy maxes out each of his devices capacity

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Thor reporting Scammers 10/03/2022 - 3:40 Chiều

WiFi 6 i have 2.4 Gbps and 4.8 Gbps on my computer to the router .BUT My iphone 12 refuse to connect to my wifi 6.. but if i make a guest net with AX 160mhz it does connect to the router but only getting 866.7 mbps wich is the wifi 5 AC speed i have on my iphone 7 ,, but reporting AX connected !!! .. Router Asus AX92U , using the free "WinFi" a monitoring program by Helge..a great program that can see 160mhz as well.. getting 2,4 Gbps steady with my PC connected to the AX92U with a TP link TX3000 wifi 6 card

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FritsM 10/03/2022 - 3:40 Chiều

NERD !!! .. i love it

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Daniel Walton 10/03/2022 - 3:40 Chiều

This is brilliant, we need more of these videos, please keep making them. Very detailed and well-ordered.

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Vlad Bozantan 10/03/2022 - 3:40 Chiều

Leaving WiFi 6 aside … Where did you got that chair from ? 😉

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misterPAINMAKER 10/03/2022 - 3:40 Chiều

The wifi ad is faster at 60hz.

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X 10/03/2022 - 3:40 Chiều

I have a fiber 1gbps wifi at home.. but will my iphone 12 pro max detect 1gbps speed? Because my older devices max out at 150mbps I guess that's due to mobile chipset limitations right? Newer laptops however can reach 1gbps on wifi and on cable. Kindly advise. Getting iphone 12 pro max tomorrow.

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eslenik 10/03/2022 - 3:40 Chiều

one of the biggest advantage of wi-fi 6 handling multiple clients. Even is your client is not support wi-fi 6 in multiple clients connection senario experience wi-fi 6 differs a LOT

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