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I've upgraded to iOS SDK version 5 , XCode 4.2 , Monodevelop 2.8.1 and monotouch 5.0.
I'm trying to create a new project based on storyboard, I choose "New Solution", "C#", "MonoTouch", "IPad StoryBoard", "SingleView Application".
The solution is created correctly and the first build succeed.
When I edit the .storyboard file XCode opens the Interface builder showing the IPHONE interface 320x480.
I've tried to change this option: - MonoTouch - Project Options - IPhoneBuild - SDK version : 5.0 But no luck.
If I run the project from Monodevelop the application is emulated as IPAD.
I've edited the storyboard as source file and it's the IPhone storyboard
If I try to create a standard IPAD project with no storyboard the XCode editor shows the IPAD interface.
Is this a bug in monodevelop?
What steps do I need to follow in order to have the IPAD interface?
This issue is more than likely because the templates which are used for storyboard files are creating a xib which defaults to iPhone regardless of the project type.
This has been fixed now and will be in the next release of MonoDevelop. Thanks for reporting this!