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iPhone and iPad Apps for Absolute Beginners, Fourth Edition by Laurence Moroney, Rory Lewis

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Chapter     12

iPad Considerations

You’re almost at the end of this book; congratulations for making it this far! While the book is described as being for iPhone and iPad development, you’ve mostly focused on iPhone thus far. The good news is that this is because the skills for an iPhone developer are almost 100% the same as those for an iPad developer. There are a few minor differences that you need to take into account when dealing with the iPad, and they revolve around the different screen size, also known as the form factor.

In this chapter you’ll take a look at a typical iPad application, and you’ll explore the differences for some common scenarios by building them yourself.

App Navigation on the iPad

In Chapter 9, you looked at the “Table ...

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