Retina Displays Coming to 13-Inch MacBook Pro This Fall

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A new report is now indicating that not only is the 13-inch MacBook Pro with Retina Display in the works, but that it will be launching in the next few months. More specifically, they’re looking at a September to October window.

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Apple MacBooks with Retina Displays for Summer 2012 Launch?

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Apple started the whole “Retina Display” craze with the iPhone 4. Then, it made Retina Displays even bigger with the new iPad. Now, it looks like there’s no turning back and Apple is well on its way to integrating Retina Display technology in this year’s MacBook refresh too.

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Windows 8 Will Support High-End Retina-Style Displays

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In the blog post Microsoft’s David Washington detailed how Windows 8, which is on its way later this year, will handle a multitude of different equipment and display setups, including the way that Metro will scale itself with different resolutions. At the standard 1366×768, no scaling will be needed but at other resolutions this is going to change in order to make the UI look and work as best as possible. With a 1920×1080 resolution there will be 140% scaling applied and for 2560×1440 resolutions there would even be 180% scaling.

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Retina Display Apps Will Make The New iPad Even Hotter

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Apple’s new iPad shipped with that awesome 2048×1536 Retina display. As expected, a lot of apps have been updated to take advantage of the high resolution display. The updated apps that are being highlighted on the front page of the App Store include mostly popular apps from the big names. These include Kindle, NY Times, Flipboard, Reeder, Twitter, and Vimeo. All together there are 42 apps for you to choose from, and the selection includes games, productivity/learning software, among other types.

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What The New iPad Looks Like Under A Microscope

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There is no denying that the new iPad (iPad 3) is impressive, it is faster, more graphically pleasing, and best of all has a killer retina display. So we understand, at least conceptually, that Apple has quadrupled the pixel count, but what does it all look like close up, with the aide of a microscope?

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