Early reviews of the new Retina MacBook Pro suggest its Retina resolution looks great—on apps that support it. All of Apple’s stock apps feature the high-resolution quality that we have all been craving; however, third-party apps have yet to support it. There is one in particular that needs it quick, and that is Google Chrome. Luckily, the folks in Mountain View just announced Retina resolution is coming to the web browser “in the next few weeks.” For those who cannot wait, they can check out the “basic high-resolution” support in Google’s Chrome Canary (developer build).


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