macOS Monterey and iOS/iPadOS 15 include a new tool for measuring the performance of your Internet connection, whether it’s wired or Wi-Fi. This network responsiveness test primarily aimed at developers can be started by typing the command
networkQuality In a Terminal on Mac (or
man networkQuality for ordering information). or by downloading a profile to install on your iOS device (user manual is available at help sheet,
In addition to downloading and uploading results, Apple’s network test shows a measure of response in revolutions per minute (RPM), which is the number of transactions your network can process in one minute under normal operating conditions. Is. The test network categorizes RPM performance in three ways: low, medium, and high.
- Low: If, for example, a device on the same network is downloading a movie or backing up its photos to iCloud, the connection may not be reliable in some apps or services, such as when making a video call with FaceTime or video games.
- Medium: A momentary pause may occur when more than one device or app is using the network at the same time, for example during an audio or video call with FaceTime.
- High: No matter how many devices and apps are using the network simultaneously, apps and services should enjoy a good connection.
In other words, Apple’s responsiveness test is used to evaluate the behavior of a network when it is used by multiple devices or multiple services simultaneously. We want to avoid weak responsiveness as much as possible, which would mean users on the same network would suffer slowness.
Conversely, the high reactivity makes it possible to benefit from good performance in simultaneous use. too bad apple Abandoned Wi-Fi hotspot niche, as there is a real need for a simple and efficient product to improve network access at home (and not just among developers).
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