I just bought a MacBook Pro 15" with Retina Display, after installing Canon Digital Photo Professional on it, I noticed that it does not seem to support Retina mode.
This means that my photos are being displayed at a simulated resolution of 1440 x 900 instead of the native resolution of the screen (2880 x 1800).
I realized that I, along with others, may have to wait for Canon to release an update to support retina displays. However I am not even sure if such update is in their plan for upcoming releases at all.
So I would like to know what pro/enthusiast photo editing software out there supports retina display? Ideally this should be DSLR-oriented, and should be rich in feature that at least matches Canon DPP (Full Raw processing, good workflow, batch processing etc).
iPhoto supports Retina display, while it has some nice little features, I am not sure it is as complete as DPP.
I know that Aperture supports Retina display but I have not used it before and do not know how superior/inferior it is compared to DPP.