No idea ? Really ?
Does anyone ever note the same issue ?
Did you find a solution to this? I have the same problem:
My iPad app initially displays the Default-Portrait.png file on loading. Then when the app gets control of the screen this file is removed automatically by the platform. The first thing I try to display is a png file which is the same as Default-Portrait.png. However there is a delay between the Default splash being removed and me being able to get the new screen displayed, causing a flicker.
I don't seem to be able to get the correct resolution of the screen immediately at startup and so have to wait a fraction of a second before I can put the correct image up. Seems like a bit of a problem if your app needs to do some work initially on startup and would like to keep the same splash screen in place.
No, didn't find any solution.
I think there's no way to deal with that :/
So I finally manage to squeeze this black screen.
Fort this, just rename the Default.png file to Default-Landscape.png file. Be sure to remove the Default.png file
Maybe my case i particular coz I only handle the landscape mode in my app. (no portrait mode needed).
But I think that the solution is to put only the Default.png files needed