With the new iPad from Apple moving 3 million units in four days, and having its Retina Display cause quite a stir among the industry, it makes sense for companies to make updates to their iPad applications in order to support the new display’s capabilities, right? Netflix has already done so, and I know for sure that many other companies will also follow suit. Well, if you are a new iPad owner, just look out for the “Support for Retina Display” label in future apps, and you will not go wrong. One app that obviously needs the “Support for Retina Display” label more than the rest would be the official iTunes Movie Trailers app. First rolled out in October 2011, you know for sure that seeing all those trailers on the new iPad’s display is going to be nothing short of gorgeous – or absolute perfection, depending on how you look at it (pun not intended).
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