The images on the Apple website have been optimized for the retina display, and much more detail is visible when you view them on the new MacBook Pro.
The new MacBook Pro is here, and by far the most compelling feature is its pixel-rich retina display. The new MacBook packs more than 5 million pixels into a 15-inch, 2,880 x 1,800 screen.
Big numbers — but just how much do they change what you’re looking at? Quite a lot, actually.
Like the iPad before it, the MacBook’s jump to retina resolutions makes for a much better visual experience. You can, however, only really tell the difference when you put the Retina MacBook Pro next to an identically sized MacBook Pro from the previous generation.
Luckily, we happen to have one of both here at Mashable for a side-by-side comparison.
The results are palpable. After firing up Safari…
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