Retina Display Advancements
In order for Tech giants to stay on top of the industry, they must continually be improving their products. Companies like Apple, Microsoft, and Google bear this in mind and are consistently coming up with new ways to stay ahead of the game.
The Power of the Retina Display
A great example of a business improving their products is Apple. They have made significant improvements to their iPhone 4 and Retina display. With this technology Apple managed to present its clients with the best quality video and clearest images that have been on the market. According to an article on Digital Trends the screen features a 2,048-by-1,536-pixel resolution. But Apple is not stopping there as the company plans on once again improving on this technology.
Arming the MacBook Pro with High-Tech Visuals
What’s Apple’s next big move? It’s now intending to release a MacBook Pro line with 15-inch displays that boast a resolution of 2,880-by-1,800 pixels. This should result in images that are twice as sharp as those of present-day MacBook Pro models. The aim is to increase the density of pixels to a point where the human eye can no longer identify individual pixels. When this happens, images are made of smooth, continuous tones. They no longer resemble a grid of dots.
Not a New Technology
What is really interesting is that this is not actually a new technology. The U.S. military has been utilizing the technology behind Retina displays for a while. They apply it to their flight simulators to train pilots. Additionally, IBM has used it in some of its super-computers. But now that Apple is driving this into the hands of the consumer, it’s going to change the game once again. Tech giants can’t ever afford to stand in place. And with its Retina display, Apple is yet again reaching for new heights.