The new mode allows users to view more of the user interface at once, such as inbox and direct messages, a new compose window and threaded conversations. Much like other iPhone 6 Plus apps, the new UI looks similar to the app on the iPad.
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At the moment, landscape mode is only available on the iPhone 6 Plus. If you haven’t seen the update yet, hang tight – Twitter likes to roll out changes in phases.