Color and resolution are two important factors for every designer, and that invited Apple’s intention to present the Apple product with the best technology for designers, besides a great performance. Today, Mac & I found an interesting thing related to deep color on OS X 10.11.1 profile system on iMac 5K, which supports 30bit. It’s a good news for graphic designers, because now OS X 10.11.1 has support for 30 bit deep color. Deep color consists of a billion or more colors. With 30-bit color, each of the R, G, and B colors get 10 bits each. This can be compared to 24-bit True Color which has 8 bits for each R, G, and B Colors offering 256 shades of red, green, and blue, for a total of 16,777,216 color variations.
Apple has apparently confirmed that the new 5K and 4K iMac, along with the 2015 5K iMac, supports the new driver. Additionally, users are reporting that third party monitors including the Dell U2711 and Eizo CS230 monitor are running at 30-bit as well. It seems this will be continually adopted by Apple for their retina display products including MacBook, MacBook Pro, iPhone, iPad, and more.
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