I'm using Bootstrap 2 for SharePoint 2010, and I've noticed that sites are not switching to the lower screen width breakpoints. Of course this is due to the high resolution of newer devices. Even in portrait mode, my own Galaxy S5 had a screen width of
1080 pixels. This means that all of the nice touch-friendly and smaller screen design features are not appearing.
I've also noticed in the code that there is no viewport meta tag. I'm wondering why this is, since even Bootstrap 2 includes that. Was there a particular reason not to include it with SharePoint am I missing something (probably)?
Here's what I see in the Bootstrap 2 HTML files:
<meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1.0">
I do realize I should move to Bootstrap 3 and SharePoint 2013--that's in the works, but not today.