Well, given the fact that after decades of Mathematica development, it still doesn't even properly support standard Windows displays, I won't get my hopes up, but here goes: Is there anything resembling an ETA for Mathematica at least kind of supporting high-resolution screens on Windows? Even just the half-broken support we have now for standard displays? All I can say, after just having switched to a new machine with a QHD screen, it most certainly does not support high-resolution screens under Windows (or Linux, for that matter) at all. In pithy terms, it flat-out looks like crap, with blurry fonts for both notebook and palette content.
Has anyone seen any signs of hope on that front?