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iPhone and 802.11n home network

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I am considering upgrading my 802.11g network to802.11n.  I understand the entire network will revert to g if any component is g.  Since I will have my iPhone on the network, am I wasting my time and money upgrading to n?  

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I did the same thing, but I left my g network intact and I use the g network for all of my Macs with an a or g connection and use the n network for my MacBook Pro and AppleTV. They are all on the same network, I just have 2 wireless ones for the different speeds.

 

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Or, if you don't want to split your network, you can always turn off the wifi on your iPhone if you're doing something you need at N speed. I usually only have my iPhone wifi turned on at home if I'm doing something specific with it

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