A Comparison of The Rumored Retina Display iPad 3 With Other Screens Resolutions

News | Monday February 6 2012 4:37 PM | Comments (0) Tags: , , , , , , , ,

According to rumors, Apple plans to bring high pixel density displays to their products. It started with the
, which would reportedly be followed by the
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pack in 1024×768 pixels in a 9.7 inch display, at a density of 132 pixels per inch (ppi). The Retina display equipped iPad 3 would most likely double the resolution and maintain the same physical screen size, thus doubling the pixel density to 264 ppi.
devices.
As you see, and as Chris himself mentions, the Retina screen has enough pixels to play a 1080p movie and still leave a major chunk of the screen empty.
[T]here is currently no Mac screen capable of displaying a resolution of that size natively, which will pose an interesting challenge for developers and designers to prepare artwork and apps for the next iPad.
Of course,
, especially¬†after a ‘HiDPI’ mode was found in OS X Lion.
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and of course,
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We’re quite excited, we can’t wait to get our hands on an iPad 3 with Retina Display.

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