"It’s taken time for the magazine industry to catch up to the new iPad—only in the last few weeks have some of my favorite magazines, including the New Yorker, released apps that take advantage of the Retina display. But now that they have, the iPad has become transformative. The Retina display has brought iPad magazines up to par, as a reading experience, with their print counterparts. And when you consider the other advantages of iPad mags—you can have lots of them on hand, you can read them in the dark, you never lose your place—the electronic version wins the day.iPad Retina display: Thanks to my new tablet, I don’t read anything on paper. - Slate Magazine
In fact, since getting the new iPad, I’ve pretty much stopped reading on paper altogether. Now, other than greeting cards, I’ve got no use for the stuff. When I do page through print newspapers and magazines, I feel something novel—the sensation that I’m experiencing an inferior product."
Friday, May 18, 2012
iPad Retina display: Thanks to my new tablet, I don’t read anything on paper. - Slate Magazine
A Retina reality check, coincident with rumors that Apple is about to introduce Retina-equipped desktop and laptop Macs