“As with most things released by Apple, there is an amazing amount of underlying technology that makes this new display shine,” Hockenberry writes. “This new product is also a glimpse of how our screen technology will evolve over the coming years, so now is a good time to start understanding how these changes are going to affect our products. As a developer, you’ll quickly realize that the scope of these changes will make your update to Retina graphics look like a walk in the park.”
“The world of color science has notoriously bad acronyms and you’re about to become familiar with a new one: DCI-P3,” Hockenberry writes. “From your point-of-view, the important thing about DCI-P3 is that it can display a wider range of color. Apple’s promotional literature states that the new iPad Pro has ‘up to 25% greater color saturation than previous models.'”
Tons more in the full article – recommended – here.
[Attribution: The Loop. Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Fred Mertz” for the heads up.]