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    According to this, TOP 3 NEW FEATURES ON OS X YOSEMITE - BIZZVENUE OSX Yosemite is just a few days from being released. The article mentioned something about it being optimised for retina displays. If i'm running a 2013 macbook air, does that mean that I shouldn't upgrade?
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    i think it just means some of the apps will be able to better utilize retina screens. I wouldn't worry about it much, since the Macbook Air is the biggest seller, I doubt it wont be perfect on it as well.
    As always before upgrading DO A BACKUP, just in case shit hits the fan. And usually i wait a few days to see if there's any issues with specific computers, and then upgrade a few days after; though usually there aren't any issues.
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    Great. Thank you.

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    Had my first experience with a retina screen the other day. So awesome. Didn't realize what a big difference it was.

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    Running Yosemite on a Macbook Pro from 2011 and a Mac Pro from 2007 and it works just fine!

    Definitely looking into that new iMac with the 5K screen, looks so cool!

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