iOS initial orientation
henshaw at me.com
Tue Sep 13 16:00:51 EDT 2011
Most still rotate two ways, ie. landscape and landscape upside down, I think thats enough.
On 13 Sep 2011, at 19:50, Scott Rossi wrote:
> Recently, Colin Holgate wrote:
>> As Randy picked up, it's iPad apps that have the rule about not locking to one
>> landscape. All of yours are either iPhone/iPod only, or they cost more on the
>> iPad than I'm willing to spend to satisfy my curiosity!
> There are definitely iPad apps that do not auto-rotate. Perhaps in some
> cases producing a universal app allows the developer to skirt the
> auto-rotation issue.
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