Mark 2 and WPA3

Will the Mark 2 will support WPA3 out of the box or in a later update?

Good question, I’m going to pass this one to @derick-mycroft for more information.

Did you got a reply for this? I want to know that too.

THX

Depends of course a bit on what hardware they eventually are going to choose / use, but if it is the RPI3b+ or RPI4 the hardware supports it, so should be able to support.

Quickly looked into it before for my own project…

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Must add to that; If you really talking about WPA3/SAE (encryption) and not WPA3/DDP (easy setup).

Doubt, DDP is implemented in the wifi firmware already. And then again, it will only be useful to do that over Bluetooth, which is really “new stuff”.