Back when Apple announced their next-gen MacBook Pro with Retina display, they also announced that several editing programs such as Adobe Photoshop will be updating itself to match the Retina display. Now some of you guys are probably wondering why does Photoshop need an update? After all it already supports large display resolutions, like 2,560×1,440 displays from the iMac and the HP Z1 workstation, so why would it have a problem handling the new Retina display on the MacBook Pro, right? As it turns out, this is a totally different situation. While Photoshop might have no issues running on the 27” iMac, the pixel density when crammed into a 15” display will apparently make the existing Photoshop’s buttons and text too small to click and to read. No word on when the update will be taking place, but we’re sure that there are a lot of photographers and digital artists who are eagerly awaiting the update along with their new next-gen MacBook Pros. Until then be sure to check back with us in the future as we will keep you updated on the situation.
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