No, because Apple doesn't currently support multiple screen resolutions on the iPad - in other words, the 1024x768 pixels resolution for the iPad display (monitor) is fixed, except to the extent that you can rotate to invert height and width (and their respective resolution sizes).
iPad screen resolutions (in landscape mode)
|iPad (5th gen)||2048>|
|iPad (6th gen)||2048>|
|iPad (7th gen)||2160>|
|iPad (8th gen)||2160>|
iPad Pro screen resolutions (in landscape mode)
|Device||Resolution (width x height)|
|9.7-inch iPad Pro||2048 x 1536|
|12.9-inch iPad Pro (1st gen)||2732 x 2048|
|10.5-inch iPad Pro||2224 x 1668|
|12.9-inch iPad Pro (2nd gen)||2732 x 2048|
iOS Device Display Summary
|Device||Native Resolution (Pixels)||UIKit Size (Points)|
|iPad Pro (12.9-inch)||2048 x 2732||1024 x 1366|
|iPad Pro (9.7-inch)||1536 x 2048||768 x 1024|
|iPad Air 2||1536 x 2048||768 x 1024|
|iPad Mini 4||1536 x 2048||768 x 1024|
What are the different iOS Wallpaper sizes?
|iPad Air (1st generation)||1536>|
|iPad (9th generation)||1620>|
|iPad (8th generation)||1620>|
|iPad (7th generation)||1620>|
Screen Resolution and Viewport Apple iPad Mini (2019) have 7.9" physical screen size and its resolution is about 1536 x 2048 Pixels with approximately 324 PPI pixel density. Apple iPad Mini (2019) has viewport size 768 x 1024 Pixels and its pixel ratio is about 2.
LED Liquid Retina Display The 11-inch iPad Pro features a resolution of 2388 x 1668 at 264 pixels per inch. The display can deliver up to 600 nits brightness with just 1.8 percent reflectivity. It continues to have an antireflective and fingerprint-resistant coating.
Both the 9.7-inch iPad models and the 7.9-inch iPad models share the same 2048x1536 Retina Display resolution.
iPhone SE, iPhone 5c, iPhone 5s, iPhone 5: 640 x 1136. iPhone 4s, iPhone 4: 640 x 960. iPhone 3GS, 3G, 2G: 320 x 480. iPad Pro 12.9-inch (2nd generation), iPad Pro (12.9-inch): 2048 x 2732.
There is no known way of recording the iPad's screen at its native 2224×1668 resolution. Apple's Lightning to Digital AV Adapter tops out at 900p (1600x900 upscaled to 1080p, looks yucky), and AirPlay mirroring tops out at 1080p.
To find this information, open the app's menu and navigate to This Device -> Display. That is the place where you find your iPhone's or iPad's Screen Resolution.
If you have more than one display, additional resolution options are available after the display is connected.
To change the scaling/resolution in Windows, just right-click anywhere on your desktop an choose Display Settings. The Scaling will be set to the Recommended amount by default. You can select a larger percentage from the drop-down. For a standard 1080p monitor, I increase the scaling to 150%.
Most modern Android devices will give you the option to adjust screen resolution in the Display options or Settings. To get there, look for the gear-like icon on the applications menu. It should be labeled as Settings. You can also swipe down and click on the Settings app from the drop-down menu.
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The iPad mini 2 comes in a silver finish. The 7.9" Retina Display makes its debut on the iPad mini 2, maintaining its enormous 2048 x 1536 native resolution. At 326 pixels per inch, the Retina Display can show up to 3.1 million pixels at a time.