Apple’s iPad Pros have always featured what Apple calls a “Retina” display, and for the most part over the years, the company has maintained the resolution of its displays on the iPad Pro lineup, even with the newer models which features a new design, thinner bezels, and what Apple is calling a Liquid Retina display.


Basically this is a display where the corners of the display are rounded/curved, and for for those use their iPads to watch videos such as Netflix, you’ll be pleased to learn that the app has recently been updated where it will now support the new displays of the iPad Pros. This might not necessarily be a huge update, but given that apps that aren’t updated to support the new displays will end up being letterboxed, it can feel a bit disruptive in terms of using the app and not taking full advantage of every pixel.

However given that the 10.5-inch iPad Pro has since been expanded and now features an 11-inch display, we suppose that is the biggest change, although like we said earlier, resolution for the tablets remain the same. The update should already be live so if you do have the new iPad Pros and want to enjoy every single pixel of your tablet, then head on over to the iOS App Store to get your hands on the latest update.

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