(Ping! Zine Web Tech Magazine) – Apple’s Macbook Pro with Retina display has been one of the hottest laptops on the market since its initial introduction at the company’s WWDC conference in June. Shortly following the product unveiling, online search giant Google indicated that it would work at updating its Chrome web browser to support the computer’s high depth settings.
At the time, Google stated via its Chrome blog, “You always want Chrome to look great, no matter what device you’re using. Apple recently announced a new laptop with a Retina high-resolution screen, and we’re committed to polishing Chrome until it shines on that machine.”
Now, the result of Google’s “polishing” has arrived. On Tuesday, the company revealed a “Stable channel release” supporting screens on the Mac Retina line.
Apple’s Macbook Pro with Retina features a 5.1 million pixel display. Wondering how much of an improvement you’ll get with Chrome on it? You can check that out here with an image (chrome.blogspot.com).