The seventh beta of macOS Monterey accommodates what seem like references to new display resolutions appropriate for the MacBook Professional line, as found by MacRumors.
In a listing of supported graphics resolutions inside macOS, there are two new resolutions: 3,456 by 2,234 and three,024 by 1,964. Every carries a “Retina” marker, which Apple sometimes solely applies to its personal gadgets’ screens.
The side ratio for these new resolutions may be very near the present side ratios on the MacBook Professional computer systems bought at present, however they’re decrease than what we at the moment see within the iMac line, suggesting that they don’t seem to be for Apple’s desktops. Additional, the numbers match properly with a transfer to true 2x Retina, versus the scaling method presently used for Retina shows.
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