CNET has found out that the manufacture for a Retina display is on its way targeted at a more typical MacBook Pro.
Richard Shim, an analyst from NPD DisplaySearch explained that the production has started with the 2,560 by 1,600 pixel density display that will be seen on the 13.3-inch MacBook Pro. He further commented that the supply signs are saying it’s for the 13.3-inch MacBook Pro and not for the MacBook Air.
The retina display is made by LGD, Sharp, and Samsung. Shim added that the quantity of the production is anticipated to be significantly higher than the existing 15.4 Retina MacBook Pro.
Moreover, Shim stated that there is the production of 15.4 of several hundred thousands units compared to the one to two million for the 13.3 inch. Basically, the quantity relies on the production yield rates. If it turns out that there’s good yield rates by about seventy to ninety percent, then the production might likely to be in millions.