27 Jul 2014

The Retina Display On New Macbook Air


Apple reportedly hampered by problems on the supply device, which makes the new Retina display MacBook Air could be launched as early as 2015.

Reported by Stuff.tv, Sunday (27/07/2014), two recent reports from the Taiwanese Economic Daily News claims that the MacBook Air 12-inch Retina display was launched along with the issue of 'refresh' of the model 11 and 13 inches in October. However, supply constraints make the device will be released in late 2014 or early 2015.

Cupertino-based company, the United States is to update the MacBook models 11 and 13 inches in April this year. The company initially menjadwalnya latest release with Retina display MacBook 12 inch in the fall.
Retina Display is a brand name used by Apple for the ability of the screen that displays a high level of pixel density. The pixel density makes the human eye can not see a single pixel on the screen MacBook.

Retina display technology is also embedded to other Apple products such as iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, iPad Mini, and iPad Air. For Apple smartphone devices, Retina Display refers to the display density of 326 Pixels per inch (PPI) and for the third and fourth generation iPad with 264 PPI.

The new MacBook Air with Retina display rumored to appear with a thinner body than currently available models. This Apple computer device to perform without a cooling fan.

Appleinsider website reported, in April, analyst Ming-Chi Kuo predicts that Apple will launch an ultra slim MacBook Air 12-inch screen. This computer will come with a new design without a fan, trackpad 'click-less' as well as the inputs and fewer outputs.