Avatron told that her application is Air Display will update that will enable a resolution of 2048×1536 pixels on the new iPad to use wireless technology to connect an additional display. In the process of updating the developers ran into some difficulties – for example, due to the increase in the number of pixels was reduced frame rate. But in the end Avatron employees managed to raise the rate on older devices to iOS, and especially on the iPad 2 and iPhone 4S.
Mode HiDPI, hidden in operational systems, and Mountain Lion, is now also supported. It allows you to increase the possible resolution of the screen twice. To enable this feature on the iPad its owners will have to pass on their Mac-systems in the settings section and select a screen resolution of 1024×768 (HiDPI).
An updated version of the application, as well as the function HiDPI not yet available to users as Air Display is still in the process of confirmation of Apple