One of the big differences when working on an iPad application as compared to an iPhone application is the amount of screen real estate available on the iPad. This also introduces more responsibility on the developer to use the space wisely. An iPad application which only displays a large UITableView will definitely look bad. In this article we are going to learn about UISplitViewController which is used to divide the iPad view into multiple master-detail views. This article will also utilize the power of the Storyboards to make the UISplitViewController implementation easier.