Question! Does mac resolution problems extend to desktop as well?
Jules Cheung

Haven’t had a chance to check this — maybe you can try. Set yourself up a unique campaign ID and then use that to visit the site — check the resolution reported as a secondary dimension against the visitor with that campaign.

What this most likely is down to is scaling — what the browser reports to GA and what is actually happening are two different things. For example, on Safari on all iPad models, they are all reported as 1024x768 — this makes it nice and simple for the browser to handle different densities but obscures the real resolution from the analyst.

If you can’t see any of this resolution — it’s either because they are not there or the data being generated doesn’t fit! Easy way to check is to get some hardware and throw data at a view — see what you get back! That’s how I tested out the iPhone resolution thing…

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