If true, this could be pretty exciting news, but it also provide a bit of a problem for citizens of the Internet. If you’ve spent any time using the new iPad and surfing the Internet, including our site, you know that normal web graphics are a bit blurry on non-Retina ready devices. Apple will face a huge challenge in convincing websites and app developers not on the Mac App Store to provide readers and customers with Retina-ready applications and websites. It’s easy to encourage iOS developers that rely solely on one platform to upgrade their apps, but when you’re trying to convince the tech world on a whole to upgrade their websites, no matter if they’re Mac users or Windows users, it’s going to be a difficult proposition to achieve. Cinema Displays aren’t ubiquitous currently, and unless the entire monitor industry is getting ready to go Retina, it’s going to be hard to get the tools needed for designing these apps into developers’ hands.
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