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    Posted: Mar/13/2012 at 9:03pm
If you haven’t heard by now, Apple’s official website has secretly been updated to take full advantage of the new Retina Display on the new iPad/iPad 3. If you want to see what the site looks like with its new update you can, even if you don’t have an iPad 3. All you have to do is perform a simple tweak on your Apple Safari web browser from your Apple desktop or laptop. Read all about it at AppleThis.com.

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I am impressed Apple keeps pushing the envelope on their displays. I see a lot of new tablets coming out and their resolution is a joke. I mean why make a product and not put your best into it? Oh yeah, because you make it just to fill a gap at a price point and not because you want to make a great product. Well at least IMHO Apple does not operate like that, most of the time.  
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Its a very neat little enhancement, but I don't think I would ever ask a mac user to modify/add any sort of programming... seems.... dangerous with them :)

Agreed with Arwendt on the mac trying to make money thing.
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