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Apple discontinued its entire Air Port wireless router lineup in April 2018 and no longer offers these devices for sale.
Apple promised to continue offering service and parts for Air Port Base stations for the next five years, which includes firmware updates to address security issues.
“The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) encourage users and administrators to review the Apple security page for Air Port Base Station Firmware Update 7.8.1 and apply the necessary updates.”Apple’s own description of this update is couched in general terms, just saying that version 7.8.1 “improves the security of your base station.” The company’s support website has instructions on how to install this firmware update.
Apple's Air Port Base Station Firmware Update 7.9.1 includes fixes for eight identified bugs impacting Air Port Extreme and Air Port Time Capsule base station hardware with 802.11ac connectivity.
Finally, the update addresses an issue that left some some user information on a base station after performing a factory reset.
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Air Port updates have been few and far between since Apple officially discontinued the line of branded wireless routers in 2018.
The company last pushed out new software in 2017 to deal with the "KRACK Attack" vulnerability.