It seems that apps available on the Mac App Store from Apple are starting to receive updates that will bump their status up – to that of carrying Retina-ready graphics, of course. This is in line with rumors floating around that there will be new high-resolution Mac Retina Displays made available for the masses in due time. Just approved earlier this morning, Mac App Store tool Folderwatch, being an app that has nothing better to do other than monitor, synchronize and mirror important files by itself, threw up a small detail which could have been easily overlooked as part of its update notes – that is, stating the availability of “Retina graphics” as part of the app’s new addition. Are you looking forward in anticipation to the higher pixel density in the newer displays? Or do you think that your eyes are just fine with what is currently on offer? Whatever the case is, just make sure you have enough patience, and everything else will be revealed in due time.

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