Speaking of Apple and retina displays, Dan Ackerman:
For example, today I could easily tell someone shopping for a
laptop that a good sweet spot to look for in a premium 13-inch
laptop is a screen resolution of 1600 × 900 pixels. In the future,
would I have to suggest 1600 × 900 if a laptop is from one list of
PC makers with one type of DPI technology, and a second set of
recommended resolutions for brands that use different DPI
settings? Good luck fitting all that on the shelf tag at a
I can’t tell if this is a joke, parodying the antiquated specs-driven process of buying a Wintel PC, or if Ackerman really has zero clue about how Apple works, and why people buy Apple products.
Here’s how Apple will sell retina display MacBooks: by telling us and showing us that they’re jaw-droppingly beautiful. That’s it.
★ Tuesday, 22 May 2012