Sunday, 9 March 2014

Apple: 4K display support in Mavericks

A beta of the forthcoming Mavericks shows that users with a 4K show connected to their Macs will get the total good thing about the upper resolution.

Apple could also be creating Mavericks alittle additional 4K friendly.
In Apple's OS X Mavericks beta 10.9.3, users are given the choice to run the package in native 4K resolution on 4K/Ultra HD monitors connected to their Macs, 9to5Mac discovered on weekday. Apple is asking the 4K support "Retina" in Mavericks, the location claimed.

Although Macs presently support 4K monitors, they merely use the additional lines of resolution to show larger windows and interface components. in line with 9to5Mac, the new membrane feature properly scales the package to the immoderate HD show, creating everything cheater and additional legible. The resolution seems to seem constant as membrane displays running on a late-2013 MacBook professional, aforesaid 9to5Mac.

That Apple is enjoying nicer with 4K displays is maybe no surprise. The technology is quickly gaining ground within the monitor and tv house, and additional and additional devices can got to support the technology.

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