New 15 inch Retina Macbook Pro Running on Full 2880×1800 Pixels?
Apple has released a new matchless Retina Macbook Pro model this year which supports 2880×1800 pixels, but the default display options prohibits users to run their systems at that rare resolution. Instead, the additional pixels help to display a higher level of detail on the screen offering the previous 1440×900 resolution. Eventually, we capture windows and user interface elements at the same size as on a 1440×900 15″ display, but 4x richer in detail.
However, new Macbook Pro Users can run their device on resolution higher than perceptible 1440×900, as System Preferences provide number of options ranging up to 1920×1200. Moreover, users can run their new Pros even on full 2880×1800 resolution mode of the display, but the option can be taken in work with some techniques those are not permitted by Apple. Recently, Macworld reports some tricks, involved in running new Retina Macbook Pro on full resolution either with the help of a third-party app like the paid SwitchResX or other free techniques for bringing such striking Change Resolution.
But when a Macbook Pro measuring only 15.4 inches diagonally is run on a 2880×1800 resolution, it evidently results in very small text and user interface elements, but for the folks used to sit more closer to their desktop, it becomes a readable onscreen content providing an appealing option to experience.
Many thanks to iPhone developer Steven Troughton-Smith for his note suggesting that users running Windows on the new Retina MacBook Pro can enjoy the full display resolution by simply setting the resolution in preferences within Windows.
Via: MacrumorsApple, Mac