Hi there, I get a little confused with what the resolution is for the Macbook Pro Retina Display. This is my understanding and hoping someone can correct me if I'm wrong... So when you are using the desktop and applications such as Safari and Chrome, the resolution will appear as 1440x900 due to the icon pixel doubling technique apple uses to prevent blurring or the screen appearing too small. So does this mean when you open up a photo, your only seeing it as 1440x900 and not the native 2880x1400? OR its only the desktop environment which runs 1440x900 but everything else will be in full resolution 2880x1400. I was thinking that i would like my desktop to be readable but seeing photos in true retina display is what i would want it for. Hope this makes sense. Thank you in advance for your help.