April 20, 2014

MacBook Pro With 2880x1800 Resolution Coming In Second Quarter of 2012: Sources


Back to Mac, according to sources Apple is planning to release a high resolution version of  their MacBook Pro lineup in second quarter of 2012. This new version of MacBook Pro would carry a 2880×1800 ultra high resolution display for better user experience.

According to supply chain sources from Asian markets:

While the prevailing MacBook models have displays with resolutions ranging from 1680 by 1050 to 1280 by 800, the ultra-high resolution for the new MacBook Pro will further differentiate Apple’s products from other brands, commented the sources.

This is not for the first time that we’re hearing about an ultra high resolution Mac. Apple has been trying to introduce a retina display for their Mac lineup from quite some time now. After huge success of iPhone 4′s retina display many notebook manufacturers started research about putting retina display in their ultra-thin notebooks. Apple without any doubt has a lead here because they’re the pioneers of retina display technology.

Apple is planning to bring a major change in their MacBook lineup in year 2012. It was also rumored that Apple would be introducing  a thinner version of MacBook Pro. The rumor died when a report regarding a 15″ inch version of MacBook Air surfaced couple of weeks ago. Apple is indeed planning to add a third variant in their MacBook Air line which would be a high-end MacBook Air with 15″ inch display and Intel’s Core i7 Ivy Bridge processor.

If Apple introduces a MacBook Pro  with 2880×1800 high resolution display it’s definitely going to be a game changer. Other ultra-thin notebook manufactures  like Acer and Asustek are also planning to bump their screen resolutions in first quarter of next year.

It seems like Apple is planning to take notebook industry to display wars and Apple no doubt is very good when is comes to dispays. 

So folks 2012 is going to be an year of high-resolution displays.

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Source [Digitimes]

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