Retina Display Advancements

The world of technology is continually improving. So to stay in the game, the leaders in the industry, Apple, Microsoft, and Google, are always improving their products.

The Power of the Retina Display

One recent example of a company who is doing this right is Apple. Apple’s new Retina display offers the clearest images and videos when compared with any other. This is due to its 2,048-by-1,536-pixel resolution. Digital Trends recently wrote an intriguing article about it, and it looks like Apple isn’t stopping there.

Arming the MacBook Pro with High-Tech Visuals

What does Apple have planned next? Evidently they are going to launch a line of MacBook Pros with a resolution of 2,880-by-1,800 pixels and a 15-inch screen. This is twice the clarity of the current MacBook Pro line. The idea is that by constantly increasing the pixel density the human eye will ultimately be unable to recognize the individual pixels. The human eye will then see the images as single continuous tones instead of a grid. This will make the images almost flawless.

Not a New Technology

An interesting fact is that this is not actually a new technology. The U.S. military has been utilizing it in their flight simulators for quite a while. And IBM uses retina technology in their massive super-computers. However, until now, the technology hasn’t been available on the mass market. You can bet that after this next advancement is released, consumers will be anxiously expecting the next advancement. So, Apple has the right idea to stay ahead of its competitors as far as screen technology goes.

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