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Default Ch. 7 - how do you slow-down Orientation-Rotation? (like Portrait-to-Landscape, etc.)

on pg. 189 the code to handle to orientation-rotation appears:

Code:
-(void) willAnimateSecondHalfOfRotationFromInterfaceOrientation: (UIInterfaceOrientation) fromInterfaceOrientation 												duration:(NSTimeInterval)duration {
	[self positionViews];
}

I understand that this "willAnimate..." method gets called automatically when a change in orientation is indeed detected, so then just where can you assign the Rotation the DURATION time you wish for it to have? Its obviously using some default value (and how long is that default?) - so how do you change this value?
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