Apple has been politely suggesting that we use adaptive layouts since iOS 6, but until now I feel that people have been avoiding the topic, preferring to think mostly about fixed layouts.
With the iPhone 6 it’s about to get a lot harder to avoid using adaptive layouts1. With four screen sizes (five if you’re supporting the iPad), three resolutions and orientations to account for it just seems easier (and smarter) to start thinking about adaptive layouts from the start of your design process.
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