Macbook Pro 13 Retina Display Profile Download

Posted : admin On 11/23/2021
Published on July 15, 2017 Updated on November 29, 2019
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Dec 20, 2019 Apple began this repair program in October 2015 after some MacBook and MacBook Pro users experienced issues with the anti-reflective coating wearing off or delaminating on Retina displays. I am using a MacBook Pro 13 retina late 2013. I installed Parallels Desktop 9 and installed Windows 7 in it. And then I installed Inventor 2014 and I always got stuck at the splashscreen. I tried 2015 aswell and had the same result. It got stuck at the splashscreen. With 2014 I got the pop-up that either waiting for the programm or quit it.



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Certainly a glossy panel is very flattering in certain circumstances (videos, Internet) but can be a brake for photo retouchers... and it's a shame because for the rest, Apple succeeds in placing in its recent MacBook Pro the best panels on the market quite simply, the level of an Eizo ColorEdge, no less! -Read my conclusion

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Introduction to the 2017/2019 Apple 13' MacBook Pro Retina Display

Apple Macbook Pro With Retina Display

In the 2012s, Apple introduced IPS panels (whose angle of vision does not influence the vision of the image), which are still relevant because they are still available on their website if you buy the old Retina model and it was already in itself a revolution in the world of laptops. When they added the high definition called Retina at Apple, it became clear to everyone that these screens could perhaps be used for something other than surfing the Internet. Photo retouching and connected shooting became possible. However, my test of this 15-inch MacBook Pro 2015 showed that we were rather at the level of a 'good' desktop screen, which was already good news in itself! Apple has just introduced a brand new generation of panels with the same definition as before but with an expanded gamut, the famous DCI-P3 located between the sRGB and Adobe RGB.