MacBook Pro’s Liquid Retina XDR display supports reference modes and fine tuning

With the introduction of Liquid Retina XDR display technology on MacBook Pro, Apple is now able to offer professional users options to create and use reference modes customized for specific color workflows.Apple’s redesigned 14- and 16-inch MacBook Pro models are the first to boast Liquid Retina XDR displays, hardware that opens the door to capabilities previously reserved for the pricey Pro Display XDR.Featuring mini-LED backlighting and Apple’s typical color-accurate panels, MacBook Pro’s display is capable of rendering HDR content with particularly high brightness and contrast ratios. ProMotion technology adds dynamically variable refresh rates up to 120Hz for smooth scrolling and fluid graphics. While the company’s marketing material notes that video editors can select from a fixed refresh rate to match their footage, not much has been said about the laptop’s color reproduction options. Read more…
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