Building an iPad app is very similar to building an iPhone app. All of the UIKit classes available for iPhone are also available for iPad. The main difference is that there are classes available for iPad that aren’t available on iPhone, like split views and popovers. Just like the iPhone apps built in earlier chapters, you will start building the TweetPad app by creating the view controllers and data model used in the app.
If you get lost at any point, there is starter code available at the end of this section if you need it.
To start building the TweetPad app, follow these steps:
1. Create a new Window-Based Application and name it “TweetPad.” When selecting the project template, set the Product field to ...