Retina Display

Retina Display (marketed by Apple with a stylized lowercase 'd' as Retina display) is a brand name used by Apple for liquid crystal displays that have a pixel density high enough that the human eye is unable to discern individual pixels at a typical viewing distance. The term is used for several Apple products, including the iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, MacBook Pro, iPad Mini, and iPad Air.
Posts about Retina Display
  • Why PreHeader Text Is the Most Neglected Part of An Email

    … Retina display: Once again, there’s more space dedicated to the preheader than to the subject lines. (Thanks to Litmus for these iPhone images). These are just the views for Apple phones, but with the push to larger and larger smartphones and “phablets”, preheader text space is only getting larger. I don’t want to go on too long about how critical…

    Pam Neely/ GetResponse Blogin EMail- 19 readers -
  • November 2014 Income Report | Month #17 | + $5,268.63 PROFIT

    … going to go through, just remember, all you need is one success to turn things completely around. Switching to a MacBook Pro Retina I’ve had an Acer for the last 2 years. It’s pretty good but the battery drains so quick, I can hardly take it anywhere. I’ve been meaning to get a new laptop for a while now and this month I decided to just go get one. I…

    AffEngineer.comin Affiliate Income Reports- 26 readers -
  • iPhone 6 Review: Is This the Phone for You?

    … don’t yet offer this capability, though T-Mobile will be the first one to start in 2015. Display The Retina display, first introduced in the iPhone 4, has received another upgrade with the iPhone 6, making the images sharper and the colors brighter. This screen has Retina HD display and 1334-by-750-pixel resolution. Apple added a feature called Dual…

    Carolyn Nicander Mohr/ The Wonder of Tech- 7 readers -
  • What Makes Enterprise SEO And Does Your Site Need It?

    … of pages, especially products or services. If your website has 1,000 or more products, it may be an enterprise site. Take T-Mobile, for example. In its mobile phones and tablet support section, Bing indexes 34.4k pages and Google indexes 41.7k pages. It has specific product pages for every device the company supports. T-Mobile is a classic example…

    Tom Schmitz/ Search Engine Landin SEO Google- 20 readers -
  • Is Technology Impacting Your Email Conversion Rate?

    … It’s a fact of life. As technology changes, so must your marketing. Today, many of your followers read your emails on retina display devices. While that doesn’t seem to be a big problem yet, it could start affecting you soon. What’s the deal with retina display? Since the display has such a high resolution, standard images don’t render well…

    Kathryn Aragon/ The Daily Eggin EMail- 11 readers -