Apple is finally fixing the reason your Mac and iPhone’s Wi-Fi sucks

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Noticed your iPhone and Mac’s Wi-Fi weren’t so good over the last year? You’re not alone, and Apple is finally fixing it, albeit quietly. Wi-Fi problems were one of the biggest complaints about Apple’s Yosemite update for Mac last year, with thousands of users taking to Apple’s support forums to air frustration. Ever since upgrading to yosemite, discoveryd goes to 100% cpu and dns requests fail. What new nightmare is this?! — Michael Koziarski (@nzkoz) October 17, 2014 If you’re wondering exactly what happened, there are a few moving parts. First, you need to understand what the Domain Name System (DNS) does.…

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