Getting pixelation on Macbook Pro

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I can see pixelation on my MacBook Pro that I have for less than a year, will it be fixed this time with the new breed of MBP?

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Getting pixelation on Macbook Pro

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Hi there! Does your macbook pro have retina display already? Because if yes, that is usually the problem. Because Retina display is a high resolution display and it’s really very amazing to see images on your iPhone as if they are real. But when you use the iPad or the MacBook, images on the web will look pixelated or blurry. This is because the pixel density in retina display is high such as 4:1. While that on the web is only 1:1. So in order for the images on the web to look crisp on a retina display, website developers should create images twice the current scale. And I think it would take a while for developers to do that.

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Getting pixelation on Macbook Pro

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I’m sure you won’t get any pixelation when your computer is in idle mode. Your screen will only get pixelated when you are watching a video or playing a video game on your computer. Both activities make use of your graphics adapter slightly heavier than using your computer normally. If you see pixels on your screen while watching a video, check if you adjusted your video’s resolution using the Zoom function of the media player.

You can restore the video’s size by selecting Original in Zoom. Also, try updating your media player. In case you are playing a video game on your computer and you see pixelations in the image, exit or save your current game if it is possible then go to your game’s Settings. Go to the video section then lower down the screen resolution used.

Also, try updating your graphics adapter’s driver.

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