Apple stopped making AirPort base stations in 2018 and there was no update since then. However, app update with iOS 13 released an AirPort Utility in September this year. Over the past few months, AirPort users were facing massive crashing. Thanks to the new update, the AirPort Utility app makes iOS 13 compatible with general enhancements.
Accord to the PR note released by the Apple for AirPort Utility app, the update includes- ‘general stability and security improvements’. Apple has not listed any details about specific updates though. The utility app was earlier updated in September last year.
After bringing the curtain down in the making new Airport hardware, Apple pushed a firmware update for AirPort Express base stations including support for AirPlay 2 back in August last year. In May this year, Apple released a fresh AirPort firmware update, which included a bunch of security fixes and followed it up with more security updates for the AirPort base station and Time Capsule (802.11n models) in June.
Since the AirPort Wireless routers are discontinued, Apple recommends users to switch to mesh networking-based wireless routers for users who look for larger areas. Apple has stopped updating the AirPort line-up back in 2013, but continued selling stocks even after announcing its plans to discontinue products in 2018.
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