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Here is the official link that says that you can connect a 4k monitor but at 30HZ, and on some setups (e.g. macbook pro retina late 2013) at 60HZ http://support.apple.com/kb/ht6008 Also, the support article on thunderbolt FAQ is relevant to what monitors can be driven at high resolutions: http://support.apple.com/kb/HT3382#11


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The answer is Yes and No, depending on the app developers. I purchased iPhone 6 Plus for the hope that I can see bigger text. But apparently, not every user or developer thinks the same. On my iPhone 6 Plus, I turned on the "Zoom" mode in "Display & Brightness" for my aging eyesight. What it does is to render the text bigger. It works very well in ...


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Best for retina = every on-screen pixel is represented by two pixels on the display More space = every on-screen pixel is represented by one pixel on the display. In between these two settings every on-screen pixel is represented by 1.5 pixels on the display. Because there is no such thing as half a pixel, the drawing is not exact so there will be ...


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It requires a kext swap to an older graphics driver. They're probably trying to phase out older mac mini models with the release of the new ones. Duplicate: Lost ability to choose 3440x1440 resolution after Yosemite upgrade


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1080p - The Resolution is 1920x1080 pixels, sent at 60 complete frames per second. --> Hold alt key before pressing Scaled to see all resolution supported. If you use the "Underscan slider" it will allow you to get higher resolution at the cost of screen refresh rate. The reason we use 50/60 Hz refresh rate is the human eye can not see screen refresh ...


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Ricardo is correct in his answer of @3x, but I'll take a shot at answering your question as well. If you're working from Retina resolution assets already, the upscale factor would be an additional 1.5x for the iPhone 6 Plus. For example, your 88px by 88px Retina icon would have to be up-scaled to a resolution one and a half times that amount for the iPhone ...


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From Everymac - The standard configuration of this model has an LED-backlit 15.4" widescreen TFT active-matrix "glossy" display (1440x900 native resolution), but it also was available via custom configuration with a "high-resolution glossy" 1680x1050 display and a "high-resolution antiglare" 1680x1050 display for an additional US$100 and US$150, ...



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