We’re now just days away from the official launch of the iPad 3, and the good folks at Macotakara have discovered that Apple appears to already have a “Retina”-optimized version of its world-renown website Apple.com ready for deployment on Friday.
Whilst it was originally believed that users would first require a HiDPI resolution to see such changes (for example, the iPad 3′s Retina display), the site today notes that there is, in fact, a cool workaround which allows you to see this super-high resolution version of Apple.com right from within Safari on your Mac (or PC).
To do this, in Safari choose Preferences, then Advanced and check the option “Show Develop menu in menu bar.” Users can then right-click on the Apple.com homepage and choose “Inspect Element.”
From there, choose the “Console” option to the far right, paste the following, and press return:
AC.ImageReplacer._devicePixelRatio = 2
Apple will likely begin serving this new version of Apple.com to iPad 3 users automatically, during (or shortly after) this week’s official launch of the next-generation tablet.