50″ class=”alignleft size-full wp-image-4035″ />The all new innovative Apple’s Retina display has really changed the way you should look at the world.
Specifications of MacBook Pro: 5 million pixels into 15-inch screen that has resolution of 2880×1800.
The new MacBook Pro is here, and by far the most compelling feature is its pixel-rich retina display. Big numbers — but just how much do they change what you’re looking at? Quite a lot, actually. Like the iPad before it, the MacBook’s jump to retina resolutions makes for a much better visual experience.
You can, however, only really tell the difference when you put the Retina MacBook Pro next to an identically sized MacBook Pro from the previous generation.
The results are palpable. After firing up Safari and checking out NASA’s Flickr feed on both machines. Most icons and text looked sharper too.
The new machine isn’t perfect. However, text on web pages only renders well in Safari. Chrome and Firefox haven’t been updated to handle retina resolutions, although that’s certainly in the works.
It’s hard to convey the difference between the two displays via normal photos, so we went for the extreme close-up by taking pictures of key icons and details with a magnifying glass.