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Retina Display on Next MacBook Air?

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The next MacBook Air Update will include a Retina display according to MacRumors.  They also mentioned that the iMac is supposedly being upgraded with the new Retina display as well.  Apple fans all over the world are sitting on the edges of their seats wondering just when this will happen.  Our D.i.D. Doctor of iDevices believe it will be happening very soon.

[Related: 13 Beautiful Apps For Your New iPad Retina Display]

Apple’s stunning Retina display is one of their proudest achievements.  Engineers developed pixels that are a mere 78 micrometers wide, and they were also able to pack together four times the number of pixels into the 3.5 inch screen found on the iPhone 4S and iPhone 4.   This results in an image based on 326 pixels per inch. Even the human eye can’t distinguish pixels on the screen.

9to5Mac is also reporting that Apple plans to update the MacBook Air with the highly coveted Retina display:

Apple’s new MacBook Air will not see major changes across the entire computer like the next-generation MacBook Pro, but this update will truly be all about the Retina Display. [...]

Apple is preparing both new 11.6-inch and 13.3-inch models. These new Airs lack notable design changes, but feature fast and power-efficient Ivy Bridge processors and improved graphics engines to support the Retina Display, according to supply chain sources. The new Airs will also use improved Apple internal battery technology in order to support the battery life required by high-pixel-density screens such as the Retina Display, according to sources familiar with prototype versions of the super-thin notebook’s internal components.

Like the iCloud Upgrade and Apple’s iOS 5.1.1 Update, the Retina-updated MacBook Air is rumored to be launching during the Worldwide Developers Conference in June, 2012.  Engineers are also debating whether or not it will include a USB 3.0 in the next generation MacBook Air.  It’s said to be included in the pricier MacBook Pro, but they aren’t sure yet about including it on the lower-priced models.

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