A good resolution on your Mac soothes your eyes. Thus, Apple constantly makes efforts to improvise the screen resolution of your Mac.
There are a buried “HiDPI” display modes in Mac OS X Lion, which brings the possibility of Retina Display Macs one step closer to reality.
Essentially, HiDPI display modes make User Interface (UI) elements twice the resolution typically found on Macs. This increases clarity and detail throughout the UI.
For those who don’t know much about iPhone, this is the way an iPhone handles graphics with the Retina Display, and provides some insight into what Apple might be planning for future iterations of its computers.
In this video, you can see how to enable these HiDPI display modes in OS X Lion.
So what you say about HiDPI Display Modes? Share your feedback in the comments section.
Source: Cult Of Mac