Apple has updated Mac OS X, Mail, Safari, Final Cut Pro, and Aperture to support the high resolution display on the next generation MacBook. More interesting than Apple’s own updates, however, are the third party programs Apple has brought to the WWDC keynote. Autodesk announced they are working on a new version AutoCAD, and Adobe will support the new resolution in Photoshop. Professional programs updated for the new screen will help sell the new notebook and strengthen Apple’s hold on the market for high-end laptops.
Apple is also looking to bridge the gap that has existed between Windows and Mac in the gaming space—Diable III will support Retina quality graphics.