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iOS 8 SDK Development, 2nd Edition by Janie Clayton, Chris Adamson

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Split Views on the iPhone

So it’s great that we have our app making better use of the space on the iPad, but that begs the question of what’s happening on the iPhone. Does it have a side-by-side split view too? How will that fit on a dinky iPhone 4s? We’d better check what’s going on, so use the scheme selector to switch to one of the smaller iPhone models (the 4s, 5, or 5s) and run the app again.

What happens is pretty unexpected, as seen in the following figure:

images/src/BigScreens/unpopulated-detail-view-iphone.png

Somehow, our changes have caused us to start on a full-screen detail view instead of the master view with the list of tweets. Also, there’s a navigation bar over the detail view, even ...

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