Retina Display on Macbooks – Eminent?

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The initial leak about the 13 inch MacBook Pro came with disappointing specs for the LCD resolution as it still at 1280×800, are we really going to see retina class displays on MacBook Pros? 

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Retina Display on Macbooks – Eminent?

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The evidence for ratina display is mounting up. The new folder watch version is being upgraded to better suit the ratina display. In a tweet yesterday, app maker Brothers Roll off said "Apple just approved FolderWatch 2.0.4. The app is ready for retina displays and comes with a couple handy new features". In subsequent tweets the company denied this and said that they are unaware of what Apple is going to bring at WWDC. Apple has been quite about it but I believe that the new MacBook will come with a ratina display.

Ratina display proved to be a hit in iphone4S. you will be able to see everything clearly. Instead of normal MacBook screen the Apple is going to present the new MacBook with ratina display. the screen is made of two glossy panels of aluminosilicate glass – the same type of glass used in the windshields of helicopters and high-speed trains. Chemically strengthened to be 20 times stiffer and 30 times harder than plastic, the glass is ultra durable and more scratch resistant than ever. It has four times the pixels as a normal screen which are 326dpi. It means threat colors will pop, videos will be more clear than ever and specially reading will be enhanced.

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