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Many will bristle at the implication, but as the MacBook Air inspired the Ultrabook, mainstream laptops will likely seek to ape the Retina Display MacBook Pro, sorry, MacBook Pro with Retina Display. The clunky name aside, it seems that the next generation of devices will ditch disc drives and Ethernet ports in favor of pixel-dense displays and reduced weight. But did Jonathan Ive’s trash can get too full? If you’ve been using one, do you still ache for those phantom limbs, or is it peaceful on that side of the river? Folks, for the last time this year, we’re inviting you to share your thoughts and feelings on how you’d change the MacBook Pro with Retina Display, and from all of us, have a Happy New Year.
welectronics.com Here is a video of the APPLE IPAD 4 WITH RETINA DISPLAYUnboxing from Overseas Electronics in Chicago!!!! www.welectronics.com Mention you saw this video on Youtube and get FREE SHIPPING!!! SPECIFICATIONS: GENERAL 2G Network N/A SIM No BODY Dimensions 241.2 x 185.7 x 9.4 mm (9.50 x 7.31 x 0.37 in) Weight 652 g (1.44 lb) DISPLAY Type LED-backlit IPS TFT, capacitive touchscreen, 16M colors Size 1536 x 2048 pixels, 9.7 inches (~264 ppi pixel density) Multitouch Yes Protection Scratch-resistant glass, oleophobic coating SOUND Alert types N/A Loudspeaker Yes 3.5mm jack Yes MEMORY Card slot No Internal 16/32/64 GB storage DATA GPRS No EDGE No WLAN Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n Bluetooth Yes, v4.0 with A2DP USB Yes, v2.0 CAMERA Primary 5 MP, 2592 x 1944 pixels, autofocus Features Touch focus, geo-tagging, face detection Video Yes, 1080p@30fps, video stabilization Secondary Yes, 1.2 MP, 720p@30fps, face detection, videocalling over Wi-Fi FEATURES OS iOS 6 Chipset Apple A6X CPU Dual-core 1 GHz Cortex-A9 GPU PowerVR SGX543MP4 (quad-core graphics) Sensors Accelerometer, gyro, compass Messaging iMessage, Email, Push Email, IM Browser HTML (Safari) Radio No GPS No Java No Colors Black, White – iCloud cloud service – Twitter and Facebook integration – TV-out – Maps – Audio/video player/editor – Organizer – Document viewer – Image viewer/editor – Voice memo – Predictive text input BATTERY Standard battery, Li-Po 11560 mAh (42.5 Wh) Stand-by Up to 720 h Talk time Up to 10 h Video Rating: 0 / 5Related Posts:
Question by Josh Hedgepeth: Will a screen protector for the new iPad reduce or impede the retina display quality? I preordered the new iPad, and I was considering getting a screen protector. Although, I started to wonder if the screen protector might reduce the screen quality. I love the new Retina display feature, and I don’t want to buy something that will cause the quality to go down.
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You’re probably saying to yourself, “didn’t Skype just get a Windows 8-friendly refresh?” Why yes, yes it did. But Skype 6.0 here isn’t limited to Windows RT slates, instead it’s designed for more traditional Windows systems and even has a similarly numbered OS X counter part. There’s a number of notable changes here, including the ability to sign in directly with your Facebook or Microsoft account. (If you’ve got a Live Messenger, Hotmail or Outlook.com account, then you’ve got a Microsoft account.) The most visible changes, however, will be the “flattened” Don’t-call-it-Metro-friendly UI on Windows and the addition of Retina display support on OS X. There’s a few other minor changes, including some additional localizations, which you can read about at the source. And heck, since you’re already there, might as well download Skype too.
I already shared my first impressions of a lot of Apple’s newly announced products today, but we’ve also got video from the time we spent with the iPad mini and the Retina MacBook Pro. Watching these things in action provides an entirely different perspective compared to reading about them or looking at static pictures, and seeing the iPad mini do its thing really does a better job of conveying the value of the device, so check out the video above.Related Posts:
Apple teased that it had “a little more to show” us prior to today’s San Francisco event, but it’s clear now that the phrasing was humble at best. Not only has the much-anticipated, rumored and leaked 7.9-inch iPad mini been officially revealed, but so has a smattering of new and refreshed offerings across its range of gizmos. The standard iPad is seeing its fastest refresh yet (about six months) to a Lighting port and A6X-packing fourth-generation model, and the iMac has ditched its optical drive to go Air-thin in its Ivy Bridge-driven seventh-generation. Mobile power users should be especially be pleased, too, as a 13-inch variant of the MacBook Pro with a 2,560 x 1,600 Retina Display is now a reality. Lest we forgot that the iBooks app and iBooks Author have both been updated — right on cue with that book-like iPad Mini. Hop past the break for a full listing of all the news and all of our on-scene coverage that came out of today’s event.
We hope you didn’t want Apple’s little event next week to be a complete surprise. After promises of extra details for a prior leak, a WeiPhone forum goer has returned with photos of what’s supposed to be the active screen and ports of the 13-inch MacBook Pro with Retina display that might be on stage come October 23rd. If this is what we get alongside the similarly unofficial miniature iPad, we’ll take it. The possible leak shows a 2,560 x 1,600 LCD (four times higher in resolution than the existing MacBook Pro) and, importantly, no sacrifices in expansion versus the 15-inch Retina model — there’s still the dual Thunderbolt ports and HDMI video that shipped with this system’s bigger brother. Vital details like the performance and price are left out, so there’s a few cards left off Apple’s table, but the images hint at what could be a tempting balance between the 15-inch MacBook Pro’s grunt and the MacBook Air’s grace.
Question by Patrick: Can a retina display for the new iPad fit in the 1st generation model? I know how the first generation iPad connects on the inside, but I haven’t had the chance to see the inner-workings of the second or third generation model. So is it possible to buy a replacement screen for the third generation and use it in a first generation? Or will the other, somewhat dated hardware in the first generation reject it?
Answer by MerlinNo, the display circuits are only designed to support the display the unit has. Also the case of the new one is slightly thicker so there would be no physical room.
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