N/APosted on - 06/27/2012
The MacBookPro comes with a high-resolution display with its Retina Display. Will there be a problem in graphics display for certain programs or applications that be installed in the MacBook Pro? How do you fix pixilated graphics display on MacBook Pro?
Graphics display in MacBook Pro Retina Display
The graphics or visual part is mainly handled by your computer’s video card or graphics accelerator and your display device, no matter how high-end it is, is only used to display what has been processed by the graphics card. No matter how expensive your monitor is, no matter how high-end it is, if the video card your machine uses is only an ordinary or generic brand that has average amount of built-in video RAM, then it’ll still be useless. You need to have a very good graphics adapter to have a very crisp graphics display output.
If the image displayed is already pixilated then this means that it is being displayed above its normal size or dimension. Try lowering the screen’s dimension or size to fix pixilated. If this happens because you are resizing an image above its original size, try lowering the size a little bit higher from its original dimension.