I wasn’t going to post this ridiculous article that Matt Gemmell tweeted about, but then WSJ had to post a correction to the article. The original article by Clint Boulton basically stated that the higher resolution of the new retina MacBook Pro would lead to more bandwidth being used on corporate networks. Which is just completely false.

The correction:

An earlier version of this article incorrectly said that the higher resolution Retina displays of the new iPad and forthcoming Macbook Pro computers would increase consumption of network bandwidth, thus slowing performance of corporate networks. Higher resolution screens do not in and of themselves consume more network bandwidth.

Ha, you don’t say…