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Discussion in 'MacBook Pro' started by emilioestevez, Apr 19, 2016.
For reference, it has a resolution of 2880x1800.
It is around 2k within 10% at least but really what does it matter what you call it, ultra hi def, retina, 2k all just mean high pixel density for a 15 inch screen.
No, it's not. 2K refers to the number of horizontal pixels and is generally considered a video standard measuring 2048x1080.
The Retina screen is a higher resolution that doesn't have a standard name.