iPhone 5 UITableView

I am trying to update my App for the iPhone 5's larger screen real estate. I have a tableview that has expanded to take up the full height of the screen by adding the Default-568h@2x.png to my project, but the bottom couple of cells are not responding to touched in the simulator or the actual iPhone 5. Am I missing something? It's like the bottom portion of the screen is not detecting touched (but just in my App not the others).

Any thoughts?

Thanks,

Rob

Answers


Yes may be your window frame size in AppDel class or in XIB file of your project's appdel class is not as per iPhone 5 Screen.

And change window frame according 3.5 inch and 4 inch screen of iPhone


This is whats working for me

In application didFinishLaunching method I added this -

self.window = [[UIWindow alloc] initWithFrame:[[UIScreen mainScreen] bounds]];

In any other view controller, preferably in - (void)viewDidLoad;

UIScreen *screen = [UIScreen mainScreen];
[self.view setFrame:[screen applicationFrame]];

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