What are the high-resolution and "retina" displays?

Some modern computers, laptops and tablets come with extra-high resolution screens, capable of showing your photos with a lot more detail and crispness, these screens are called "high resolution" screens, or (as Apple named them) "Retina displays"

An average screen nowadays has a resolution of around 1366x768 pixels, some of them even go as far as 1920x1080, those screens are capable of showing images up to 2 Megapixels, but high resolution displays and retina displays like those on the newer MacBook computers raise this resolution up to 2560x1600 pixels, this makes them capable of showing images up to 4 or 5 Megapixels, twice the resolution!

Litmind is prepared to work with this super-high resolutions, and your portfolio will look crystal clear when viewed with one of those screens!

To let Litmind show your photos with this extra-crisp resolution, be sure to upload your images with at least 4 Megapixels!

How do I know how many megapixels have my photo? What's the best format and color profile to upload my photos?
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