I recently upgraded my MacBook Pro to one that has a retina display. While I was blown away by the crispness and HD feeling of the internal graphics, I immediately noticed the sites I was participating on had pixelated graphics and really weren't ready to handle the "Retina Hurdle". In Apple's latest conference, they announced that all of their new MacBook's would come with a Retina Display (or at least I understood they would now all have it, I could be wrong). So now, any new Apple Laptops along with iPads, iPhones, etc... now all have larger, condensed screen resolutions that make handling web-based images a tricky situation. Questions: Has anyone made their forum Retina Ready? Should this be a concern? Does anyone have any tips, tricks, advice for renovating forums to accommodate Retina technology?