Made by Apple, the AirPort-Express is a WiFi base that can help smartphone operators and Mac users with establishing a wireless network. Smaller than the AirPort Extreme, which was also designed by Apple, the AirPort-Express was originally released in 2004 and many new models have been made available for general sale. When placed in an area that has a wireless network, such as a family home, the AirPort-Express can be used to access it so that all Macs and smartphones are able to connect to the World Wide Web.
Offering a wireless connection at two frequencies (2.4GHz and 5GHz), the AirPort-Express can improve internet speed so that it becomes faster. When a wireless device is connected to the AirPort-Express, it can hook up to the band that is most suitable. The AirPort-Express can also be used by devices that are far away from it. By connecting an Apple device to the AirPort-Express via the AirPort utility app, it will configure what the fastest internet speed is where it will be utilised. If a business wants a WiFi base that can be used by many employees in the same building, the AirPort-Express enables it to do so.