Only Apple could get away with charging a $400 premium for a feature that no one needs, few people will notice, doesn’t work with most apps, and was not on anyone’s wish list until the company announced it last month.
Because God forbid Apple does something pushes the industry forward. I know plenty of photographers and web designers that wanted this for practical reasons. My girlfriend uses it to edit high definition video while still having plenty of screen real estate for her tools.
Would this article exist if HP had released a HiDPI laptop first?