|Mar 13, 2012, 06:15 PM||#1|
Dual booting a MBP with Retina display
This thread is totally speculation, but what do people think of the ability to dual-boot a retina-display MBP into Windows? I have read articles that a retina screen actually reports the original resolution to the OS, and also that OS X implements a HiDPI feature to support these screens. Do we have any proof that Windows will be able to work with a resolution-doubled screen?
Or do we think that dual-booting into Windows was just a nice-to-have anyways, so Apple could theoretically not support bootcamp/dual-boot in the 2012 MBP?
I personally am still interested in a 3360x2100 MBP, but also want to be able to play games under boot camp.
|Mar 13, 2012, 06:18 PM||#2|
I'm sure Apple has thought of something already.
|Mar 13, 2012, 06:25 PM||#3|
One solution would be some kind of interpolation mode in the video drivers to make each pixel reported by the OS into 4 pixels displayed on the screen (assuming the end resolution is 4x something standard).
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