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This article Apple Watch Likely Uses BCM4334 Broadcom Wi-Fi Chip shows the Apple Watch supports both Bluetooth and Wi-fi but only uses them to connect to the iPhone.


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I also installed Yosemite from a user profile. I switched to the admin profile and if fixed the issue.


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I stumbled on this question because I'm having problems with poor wifi speeds after installing Yosemite on a July 2014 rMBP. I don't get drops, but I get 5 Mbps speeds literally 5 feet from the router when I used to get in the 70s. My iphone 5S, sitting next to the rMBP, is able to get 70Mbps. Even more confounding is that if I change the router to support ...


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This could be caused by Path MTU Discovery. Test by changing MTU To test this, go to System Preferences > Network, click on Ethernet then Advanced... and finally select the Hardware tab. In there, you should see a Configure option and the drop down menu next to it most likely is set to Automatic. Choose Manual then you'll see the other options become ...


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I installed Yosemite under a non-admin profile on my iMac. I went into the Admin profile and made the profile I installed Yosemite under an admin as well. That seems to have fixed my connectivity issue for now.



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