In a new Apple Knowledge Base article, Apple proudly brags that the MacBook Pro with Retina display has a pixel density so high, your eyes can’t discern individual pixels at a normal viewing distance, and packs four times the pixels of the standard 15-inch MacBook Pro display.
They’ve posted a new FAQ that addresses the following topics:
• How do I adjust the resolution of my Retina display?
• What applications currently support the Retina display?
• I’m noticing functional or visual issues with an application. How can I make it work better?
• I notice that some applications have “Open in Low Resolution Mode” already enabled. It this normal?
• My application wants to take over the screen and use it own resolution settings. Which setting works best?
• What happens when I use an external display with my MacBook Pro with Retina display?
• I need a resolution for my external display that is not appearing on the list. Is there a way to get more resolutions to appear?
• Is Windows 7 using Boot Camp supported on the Retina display?
Windows 7 starts up with a lot of space and small icons. Is this normal?
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