It seems Apple's just started approving Retina-ready apps ahead of WWDC this coming Monday. At least one app, FolderWatch, has made it into the Mac App Store with "retina graphics", pretty much screaming that we really will see Retina Display Macs next week.
The app was approved this morning, and while yes, that might just be an errant bit of information in the update notification, Apple must have approved that update. Chances are it would have rejected the app for having something false like that in the description. Even the developer is boasting about Retina graphics on its website and on Twitter.
Looks like we might actually be getting some insanely high resolution screens mounted on Macs in the near future. I don't know about you, but I reckon a laptop screen that's as crisp and as sharp as the new iPad's Retina display would be truly awesome. [Mac App Store via The Next Web]