Originally Posted by anonymouse
I think you either misunderstood or are misrepresenting what you read there, if you even read it. I already gave you a couple of major examples and there are numerous instances in that document that discuss the differences between IPad and iPhone UI. Anyone who's interested can go read it themselves and draw their own conclusions. Frankly, I find it difficult to believe that anyone who's used an iPhone and an IPad would even think to argue that the UIs are identical.
Frankly, I find it difficult to believe that anyone who's used an iPhone and an IPad would even think to argue that the UIs are different.
And Apple agrees. Apple has a single iOS UI - as established by the link you provided. In fact, when Apple introduced the iPad, they made a big deal out of it having the same UI as the iPhone - specifically
There are differences, but they are minor in the UI. The UI is how you interact with your device. Other than a couple of very minor differences, the interaction of the user is the same with an iPad and iPhone.