Apple to Launch 2880×1800 Resolution Retina Display Enabled MacBook Pro in 2012

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Good news for MacBook Pro lovers. Soon you will be able to use Retina Display enabled MacBook Pro. As we know Apple is going to launch Retina Display enabled iPad 3 in the next year. Now we came to know that Apple is planning to launch Retina Display enabled MacBook Pro in the next year. According to Digitimes, Apple will launch 2880×1800 Retina Display enabled MacBook Pro in the second quarter of 2012. The Retina Display enabled MacBook Pro will look like 15-inch MacBook Pro model which comes with 1,440 x 900 display. The display resolution of existing MacBook Pro models varies from 1680 by 1050 to 1280 by 800.

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According to the report, the new high resolution MacBook Pro will differentiate Apple’s products from other brands. 13-inch MacBook Pro will feature 2,560 by 1600 display resolution, 15-inch MacBook Pro will feature 2,880 by 1,800 display resolution and 17-inch MacBook Pro will feature 3,840 by 2,400 display resolution. Currently the 15-inch MacBook Pro model comes with 1,440 x 900 display resolution, 13-inch MacBook Pro model comes with 1280×800 display resolution and 17-inch MacBook Pro model comes with 1920×1200 display resolution. The pixel density of 15-inch 1440×900 MacBook Pro is 110 ppi. The pixel density of 2880×1800 MacBook Pro will be 220 ppi. As we know the minimum requirement for a display to be called as retina display is more than 220 ppi, so it is expected that Apple will change it’s marketing term.

Recently the sources of iLounge has reported that Apple will launch redesigned MacBook Pro in the next year and it will come with high resolution display. The thickness of new MacBook Pro will be 15 inch which indicates that the new MacBook Pro will be thinner than the current generation MacBook Pro. It will include new Thunderbolt system for faster data transfer. Currently only iPhone comes with Retina Display. Apple has launched Retina Display enabled iPhone 4 in 2010. It features 960 x 640 display resolution.

Rudra

Rudra is an engineer and covers everything related to Apple. He keeps Techcular updated with latest Mac, iPhone, iPad, and Jailbreak articles.

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