With the New iPad, came a new resolution. 2048 by 1536 pixels is a pretty big step from the old 1024 by 768. But this could bring problems for your digital publications.
Think about it; the same screen size gets four times the amount of pixels. This means that the content offered on that screen has to be â€˜New iPadâ€ ready. If itâ€™s not, youâ€™ll see the pixels and the images or text that you are trying to read wonâ€™t be sharp.
At Twipe, we donâ€™t see this as a problem. Even before we knew the New iPad would have a 2048×1538 screen, we were working with PDF files instead of images to guarantee the best reading experience. Â PDFâ€™s are bigger in size, but as a result, you can zoom in on them in any resolution without losing quality. Normal images, like .jpg or .png, get blown up. Pixels become bigger and you donâ€™t have a smooth outcome.
Learn more about our Standard PDF Viewer.