I am not sure what property will allow control over the indents that seem to automatically happen when the device is rotated into Landscape, but we really need to be able to control these.
The "Designing for iPhone X" video from Apple mentioned that "Even if you are not using Auto Layout, UIView provides the Safe Area Insets and Layout Margin values as properties."
There are many instances in my app where a rotation to Landscape causes messy UI issues. If I can programmatically control the Insets and Layout Margin, particularly when it affects ListViews and TableViews, that would be great.
For example see the attached screenshot. I would like to programmatically disable the margin on the ListView if the orientation is LANDSCAPE_RIGHT, as the margin is unnecessary and ugly. But obviously if rotated the other way, then the indent / margin is needed.