I've got new Xfinity Internet service. On my iPhone, I get ~200 Mbps. But on my MacBook Pro (running Ventura 13.2.1) I get only about 20 Mbps. The two devices are on the same WiFi SSID, sitting next to each other, and only about 10 feet from the router.

I've "forgotten" the network on the MacBook, rebooted, renewed the DHCP lease, and tried a few other things to no avail. A Windows laptop also has no problem seeing ~200 Mbps.

Does anyone have an idea why the MacBook can't get the same bandwidth as everything else? TIA.

  • How old is the MBP - perhaps it's got old wifi
    – Mr R
    Mar 10 at 23:57


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