If you own a MacBook or MacBook Pro with Retina display and have noticed that the anti-reflective coating on its screen is proving troublesome, then you may be able to get that sorted out for free after Apple issued an internal notice on the subject. Some owners of certain models of Apple's notebook computers have reported problems such as coatings peeling or simply coming away from the screen completely.
Apple's iPad mini is pretty much the undisputed king of the small tablet market at this point, and with good reason. Small, light, powerful and above all backed by the App Store, the iPad mini has a lot going for it. Even with all the good though, there's one tick in the bad column that many still find impossible to ignore: the lack of a Retina display.
Prior to this year's WWDC keynote, it was widely presumed Apple would add a Retina display to each of its MacBooks, as well as possibly the iMac. Of course, considering history, we should have been wise to Apple's plan; Include the Retina in one model, add a couple of extra perks, and slap an extortionate price tag on it, and see how many consumers can resist until said features are added across the board.
We could probably create a 'law' - along the lines of Godwin's law or Murphy's law - that states that with every iPhone release, there will be multiple rumors about it being designed with a larger screen. Of course, the upcoming, next-generation iPhone is no exception. Reuters has covered a rumor stemming from South Korean publication the Maeil Business Newspaper, which states that the next iPhone will have a 4.6" Retina Display screen.
There has been much talk over the last couple of months regarding Apple's next tablet offering, in particular whether it will finally pack an uber-sharp Retina display.
The iPhone 4 and 4S may not be the only devices with insanely high resolution screens. In the near future, with speculation that Apple is working to bring super high resolutions to the Mac being given extra weight thanks to the recent release of the new Messages app.
Whenever a new product release draws nearer, we brace ourselves for the inevitable barrage of rumors surrounding the technical specification and the aesthetic appearance of the product. Post launch, we then sit in amazement as somehow people manage to perfectly predict just what is going to be announced, and laugh uncontrollably at the others who were so far off the mark. It was like they just tickled a random idea generator and printed the result.
This is the time of the year when we sit pretty much in the middle of when the current version of the iPad was released and when the industry expects the next generation device to be launched. With that in mind, it should come as no surprise that the rumor mill is working on overtime with alleged leaked information, images and specifications popping up all over the web.
According to a report published earlier today, Apple is looking to introduce Retina Displays to their MacBook Pro lineup of high-end notebooks. Details available after the jump!
Far from being content with one new product hitting the market, consumers are almost instantly looking for what's next, what can be improved, and when it's going to arrive.