How does Apple show more in the Messages app in Portrait on iPhone 6 Plus?
With the new iPhone 6 Plus, the phone can show more content in the landscape than the regular iPhone 6 or its predecessors. This makes sense, as in the landscape the phone identifies itself as "regular width" for its size class.
However, in a portrait, its "still compact width, regular height for a size class, no matter what iPhone. How does Apple then show more on the iPhone 6 Plus in a portrait when there is no size class to identify it?"
Do they hardcode it based on device width? Doesn't this contradict the whole philosophy of size classes?
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