It is another table view, but it still gets the point across.Unless I am missing something, everything is in the correct hierarchy here.Instead, restore from a backup that you made before you installed i OS beta.As a member of the Apple Beta Software Program, you’ll be able to enroll your devices to access the public betas and try out the latest features.I added that label as a test, and that is not appearing as well... As you see, it correctly downloaded the correct amount of rows... I can't say if this is a universal solution, but in the exact same scenario (tablviewcell content empty at runtime after updating to XCode 7 beta 5) this solved it for me: I had to go through every single item inside the content view (including all constraints) and tick the checkbox "Installed" in the properties inspector. Cells all load, and the data is loading completely (I have printlns) to prove this.I will update the original question with some code. I tried it with static data, like They are in the Content View of the Custom Table View Cell called My Chinups Table View Cell.The other 3 table views download the information, and calculate the correct number of rows, however nothing is being displayed.
They are all downloading information from my Parse database, and the one that works, is downloading everything perfectly for one section of the table, but not the other.Before writing this article, I still don't suggest people to rush to update your i Phone, i Pad to i OS 10.Because when a new i OS version is released, there are always bugs and problems need to be fixed.Members of the Apple Beta Software Program, Customer Seed Program, and i OS Developer Program can use an i OS beta release.Here's what to do before and after you install an i OS beta release on your i Phone, i Pad, or i Pod touch.Plus, to make sure you have sufficient space to install i OS 10, you should back up your i Phone as well, and then delete some apps, pictures or videos. Charge i Phone and Connect to Wi-Fi before Upgrading to i OS 10.