The New MacBook Pro Will Get Retina Display Too!

It seems that Apple is planning on giving the next MacBook Pro a major screen resolution upgrade, like what they did on the iPhone 4 and 4s and the 5th generation iPod. Apple took the mobile phone industry by phone when they introduced the iPhone 4 with its retina display. The pixel density in the iPhone 4 was unlike any other, and according to the late Steve Jobs the human eye is not even capable of seeing the pixilation on the screen, it is that clear. And now Apple is set to shake up the tech world once again by putting the same kind of technology in the new MacBook Pro.

According to one of the biggest source of information on the tech industry, Digitimes, the new MacBook that is set for launch probably on the 2nd quarter of the next year is said to be getting a Retina display-like LED backlit display with 2880 x 1800 pixel resolution, roughly 50 percent more than its predecessor. And if these rumors are true, then the new MacBook Pro will even beat Apple's own Thunderbolt display for the Mac, which has a resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels. Whether it is Apple's intention to compete with its own products is still unclear.

Let's just hope that the clearer screen display will not cause the same battery drain issues that the iPhone 4 and 4s had because of the Retina display, an uneven compromise according to most users. Until such time that the official announcement about the new MacBook Pro gets released, we can only hope that the higher resolution screen is not just a myth. So if you are planning on buying a new laptop, it might be better if you just wait a couple more months until the new MacBook Pro is officially released on the market.

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