“Apple’s official website has been quietly updated to take advantage of the Retina display on the new iPad. Users can preview the higher-resolution site now with a simple tweak in Apple’s Safari desktop Web browser,” Neil Hughes reports for AppleInsider.
“As AppleInsider first reported earlier Tuesday, Apple has begun upgrading portions of its website with high-resolution images that are large enough to fit on the third-generation iPad’s Retina display,” Hughes reports. “These images can currently be found on the Apple.com homepage, as well as the iPad portion of the site.”
Hughes reports, “Though it was previously believed that users needed to enable HiDPI resolutions with developer tools on their Mac to view these images, there is a workaround that will allow any desktop Safari user to view the Retina display enhanced images on Apple.com.”
Easy instructions are in the full article here.