Apple unveiled a new version of the Mac operating system called macOS Monterey during WWDC 2021, in addition to the new versions of iOS and iPadOS. Earlier this week, the seventh beta version of this new operating system was released by Apple. This version provides new information on the screen resolution of the 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro 2021 models to the users of this giant gadget world.
Introduced under the name "Retina", it will be 3456 by 2234 pixels and 3024 by 1964 pixels, which differs from the display resolutions of current and previous Apple products. Most likely, these new resolutions will be the specifications of the MacBook Pro 2021 screens.
The current 16-inch and 13-inch MacBook Pro screens are 3072 by 1920 and 2560 by 1600 pixels, respectively, and these screens have a pixel density of 2 to 2 pixels. They provide 227 pixels per inch for both devices.
In fact, if these are the new resolutions of later MacBook Pro models, we would see an increase in pixel density of about 250 pixels per inch. Therefore, these screens (2x Retina) allow our eyes to see images with the highest possible resolution and enjoy seeing them.
While Apple users have a variety of display options with different resolutions to choose from, the current MacBook Pro models have a default resolution that matches the resolution between the main screen resolution and the 2x Retina display. has it. For example, the current 16-inch MacBook Pro with a resolution of 3072 x 1920 pixels has almost the same image quality as the 2x Retina display with a resolution of 1536 x 690 pixels.
With a significant increase in pixel density in later MacBook models Pro with 2x Retina displays, the true resolution of the images will be very attractive to Apple users. This is because the 16-inch MacBook Pro displays images with a resolution of 1728 x 1128, and the 14-inch model has a resolution of 1512 x 982.
Rumor has it that Apple At other media events before the end of the year, it will likely unveil new MacBook Pro models in October or November and make them available for the global gadget market.