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I want to have a group UITableView with the style same like the iPad Settings application Detail view for iOS 7.

It is a tableView with rounded corner. Please check the attachment for details.

Is some default settings to make it look like that or we need to do some custom drawing for the same.

Any hint in right direction will be appreciated.

Thanks

I've gone ahead and further customized the willDisplayCell to get a better simulation of the cell styles in the settings app.

Objective-C

- (void)tableView:(UITableView *)tableView willDisplayCell:(UITableViewCell *)cell forRowAtIndexPath:(NSIndexPath *)indexPath
{
    if ([cell respondsToSelector:@selector(tintColor)]) {
        if (tableView == self.tableView) {
            CGFloat cornerRadius = 5.f;
            cell.backgroundColor = UIColor.clearColor;
            CAShapeLayer *layer = [[CAShapeLayer alloc] init];
            CGMutablePathRef pathRef = CGPathCreateMutable();
            CGRect bounds = CGRectInset(cell.bounds, 10, 0);
            BOOL addLine = NO;
            if (indexPath.row == 0 && indexPath.row == [tableView numberOfRowsInSection:indexPath.section]-1) {
                CGPathAddRoundedRect(pathRef, nil, bounds, cornerRadius, cornerRadius);
            } else if (indexPath.row == 0) {
                CGPathMoveToPoint(pathRef, nil, CGRectGetMinX(bounds), CGRectGetMaxY(bounds));
                CGPathAddArcToPoint(pathRef, nil, CGRectGetMinX(bounds), CGRectGetMinY(bounds), CGRectGetMidX(bounds), CGRectGetMinY(bounds), cornerRadius);
                CGPathAddArcToPoint(pathRef, nil, CGRectGetMaxX(bounds), CGRectGetMinY(bounds), CGRectGetMaxX(bounds), CGRectGetMidY(bounds), cornerRadius);
                CGPathAddLineToPoint(pathRef, nil, CGRectGetMaxX(bounds), CGRectGetMaxY(bounds));
                addLine = YES;
            } else if (indexPath.row == [tableView numberOfRowsInSection:indexPath.section]-1) {
                CGPathMoveToPoint(pathRef, nil, CGRectGetMinX(bounds), CGRectGetMinY(bounds));
                CGPathAddArcToPoint(pathRef, nil, CGRectGetMinX(bounds), CGRectGetMaxY(bounds), CGRectGetMidX(bounds), CGRectGetMaxY(bounds), cornerRadius);
                CGPathAddArcToPoint(pathRef, nil, CGRectGetMaxX(bounds), CGRectGetMaxY(bounds), CGRectGetMaxX(bounds), CGRectGetMidY(bounds), cornerRadius);
                CGPathAddLineToPoint(pathRef, nil, CGRectGetMaxX(bounds), CGRectGetMinY(bounds));
            } else {
                CGPathAddRect(pathRef, nil, bounds);
                addLine = YES;
            }
            layer.path = pathRef;
            CFRelease(pathRef);
            layer.fillColor = [UIColor colorWithWhite:1.f alpha:0.8f].CGColor;

            if (addLine == YES) {
                CALayer *lineLayer = [[CALayer alloc] init];
                CGFloat lineHeight = (1.f / [UIScreen mainScreen].scale);
                lineLayer.frame = CGRectMake(CGRectGetMinX(bounds)+10, bounds.size.height-lineHeight, bounds.size.width-10, lineHeight);
                lineLayer.backgroundColor = tableView.separatorColor.CGColor;
                [layer addSublayer:lineLayer];
            }
            UIView *testView = [[UIView alloc] initWithFrame:bounds];
            [testView.layer insertSublayer:layer atIndex:0];
            testView.backgroundColor = UIColor.clearColor;
            cell.backgroundView = testView;
        }
    }
}

Swift

override func tableView(tableView: UITableView, willDisplayCell cell: UITableViewCell, forRowAtIndexPath indexPath: NSIndexPath) {
    if (cell.respondsToSelector(Selector("tintColor"))){
        if (tableView == self.tableView) {
            let cornerRadius : CGFloat = 12.0
            cell.backgroundColor = UIColor.clearColor()
            var layer: CAShapeLayer = CAShapeLayer()
            var pathRef:CGMutablePathRef = CGPathCreateMutable()
            var bounds: CGRect = CGRectInset(cell.bounds, 25, 0)
            var addLine: Bool = false

            if (indexPath.row == 0 && indexPath.row == tableView.numberOfRowsInSection(indexPath.section)-1) {
                CGPathAddRoundedRect(pathRef, nil, bounds, cornerRadius, cornerRadius)
            } else if (indexPath.row == 0) {
                CGPathMoveToPoint(pathRef, nil, CGRectGetMinX(bounds), CGRectGetMaxY(bounds))
                CGPathAddArcToPoint(pathRef, nil, CGRectGetMinX(bounds), CGRectGetMinY(bounds), CGRectGetMidX(bounds), CGRectGetMinY(bounds), cornerRadius)
                CGPathAddArcToPoint(pathRef, nil, CGRectGetMaxX(bounds), CGRectGetMinY(bounds), CGRectGetMaxX(bounds), CGRectGetMidY(bounds), cornerRadius)
                CGPathAddLineToPoint(pathRef, nil, CGRectGetMaxX(bounds), CGRectGetMaxY(bounds))
                addLine = true
            } else if (indexPath.row == tableView.numberOfRowsInSection(indexPath.section)-1) {
                CGPathMoveToPoint(pathRef, nil, CGRectGetMinX(bounds), CGRectGetMinY(bounds))
                CGPathAddArcToPoint(pathRef, nil, CGRectGetMinX(bounds), CGRectGetMaxY(bounds), CGRectGetMidX(bounds), CGRectGetMaxY(bounds), cornerRadius)
                CGPathAddArcToPoint(pathRef, nil, CGRectGetMaxX(bounds), CGRectGetMaxY(bounds), CGRectGetMaxX(bounds), CGRectGetMidY(bounds), cornerRadius)
                CGPathAddLineToPoint(pathRef, nil, CGRectGetMaxX(bounds), CGRectGetMinY(bounds))
            } else {
                CGPathAddRect(pathRef, nil, bounds)
                addLine = true
            }

            layer.path = pathRef
            layer.fillColor = UIColor(red: 255/255.0, green: 255/255.0, blue: 255/255.0, alpha: 0.8).CGColor

            if (addLine == true) {
                var lineLayer: CALayer = CALayer()
                var lineHeight: CGFloat = (1.0 / UIScreen.mainScreen().scale)
                lineLayer.frame = CGRectMake(CGRectGetMinX(bounds)+10, bounds.size.height-lineHeight, bounds.size.width-10, lineHeight)
                lineLayer.backgroundColor = tableView.separatorColor.CGColor
                layer.addSublayer(lineLayer)
            }
            var testView: UIView = UIView(frame: bounds)
            testView.layer.insertSublayer(layer, atIndex: 0)
            testView.backgroundColor = UIColor.clearColor()
            cell.backgroundView = testView
        }
    }
}

Swift 3

func tableView(_ tableView: UITableView, willDisplay cell: UITableViewCell, forRowAt indexPath: IndexPath) {
    let cornerRadius: CGFloat = 5
    cell.backgroundColor = .clear

    let layer = CAShapeLayer()
    let pathRef = CGMutablePath()
    let bounds = cell.bounds.insetBy(dx: 20, dy: 0)
    var addLine = false

    if indexPath.row == 0 && indexPath.row == tableView.numberOfRows(inSection: indexPath.section) - 1 {
        pathRef.__addRoundedRect(transform: nil, rect: bounds, cornerWidth: cornerRadius, cornerHeight: cornerRadius)
    } else if indexPath.row == 0 {
        pathRef.move(to: .init(x: bounds.minX, y: bounds.maxY))
        pathRef.addArc(tangent1End: .init(x: bounds.minX, y: bounds.minY), tangent2End: .init(x: bounds.midX, y: bounds.minY), radius: cornerRadius)
        pathRef.addArc(tangent1End: .init(x: bounds.maxX, y: bounds.minY), tangent2End: .init(x: bounds.maxX, y: bounds.midY), radius: cornerRadius)
        pathRef.addLine(to: .init(x: bounds.maxX, y: bounds.maxY))
        addLine = true
    } else if indexPath.row == tableView.numberOfRows(inSection: indexPath.section) - 1 {
        pathRef.move(to: .init(x: bounds.minX, y: bounds.minY))
        pathRef.addArc(tangent1End: .init(x: bounds.minX, y: bounds.maxY), tangent2End: .init(x: bounds.midX, y: bounds.maxY), radius: cornerRadius)
        pathRef.addArc(tangent1End: .init(x: bounds.maxX, y: bounds.maxY), tangent2End: .init(x: bounds.maxX, y: bounds.midY), radius: cornerRadius)
        pathRef.addLine(to: .init(x: bounds.maxX, y: bounds.minY))
    } else {
        pathRef.addRect(bounds)
        addLine = true
    }

    layer.path = pathRef
    layer.fillColor = UIColor(white: 1, alpha: 0.8).cgColor

    if (addLine == true) {
        let lineLayer = CALayer()
        let lineHeight = 1.0 / UIScreen.main.scale
        lineLayer.frame = CGRect(x: bounds.minX + 10, y: bounds.size.height - lineHeight, width: bounds.size.width - 10, height: lineHeight)
        lineLayer.backgroundColor = tableView.separatorColor?.cgColor
        layer.addSublayer(lineLayer)
    }

    let testView = UIView(frame: bounds)
    testView.layer.insertSublayer(layer, at: 0)
    testView.backgroundColor = .clear
    cell.backgroundView = testView
}

Swift 4.2

override func tableView(_ tableView: UITableView, willDisplay cell: UITableViewCell, forRowAt indexPath: IndexPath) {

    if (cell.responds(to: #selector(getter: UIView.tintColor))){
        if tableView == self.tableView {
            let cornerRadius: CGFloat = 12.0
            cell.backgroundColor = .clear
            let layer: CAShapeLayer = CAShapeLayer()
            let path: CGMutablePath = CGMutablePath()
            let bounds: CGRect = cell.bounds
            bounds.insetBy(dx: 25.0, dy: 0.0)
            var addLine: Bool = false

            if indexPath.row == 0 && indexPath.row == ( tableView.numberOfRows(inSection: indexPath.section) - 1) {
                path.addRoundedRect(in: bounds, cornerWidth: cornerRadius, cornerHeight: cornerRadius)

            } else if indexPath.row == 0 {
                path.move(to: CGPoint(x: bounds.minX, y: bounds.maxY))
                path.addArc(tangent1End: CGPoint(x: bounds.minX, y: bounds.minY), tangent2End: CGPoint(x: bounds.midX, y: bounds.minY), radius: cornerRadius)
                path.addArc(tangent1End: CGPoint(x: bounds.maxX, y: bounds.minY), tangent2End: CGPoint(x: bounds.maxX, y: bounds.midY), radius: cornerRadius)
                path.addLine(to: CGPoint(x: bounds.maxX, y: bounds.maxY))

            } else if indexPath.row == (tableView.numberOfRows(inSection: indexPath.section) - 1) {
                path.move(to: CGPoint(x: bounds.minX, y: bounds.minY))
                path.addArc(tangent1End: CGPoint(x: bounds.minX, y: bounds.maxY), tangent2End: CGPoint(x: bounds.midX, y: bounds.maxY), radius: cornerRadius)
                path.addArc(tangent1End: CGPoint(x: bounds.maxX, y: bounds.maxY), tangent2End: CGPoint(x: bounds.maxX, y: bounds.midY), radius: cornerRadius)
                path.addLine(to: CGPoint(x: bounds.maxX, y: bounds.minY))

            } else {
                path.addRect(bounds)
                addLine = true
            }

            layer.path = path
            layer.fillColor = UIColor.white.withAlphaComponent(0.8).cgColor

            if addLine {
                let lineLayer: CALayer = CALayer()
                let lineHeight: CGFloat = 1.0 / UIScreen.main.scale
                lineLayer.frame = CGRect(x: bounds.minX + 10.0, y: bounds.size.height - lineHeight, width: bounds.size.width, height: lineHeight)
                lineLayer.backgroundColor = tableView.separatorColor?.cgColor
                layer.addSublayer(lineLayer)
            }

            let testView: UIView = UIView(frame: bounds)
            testView.layer.insertSublayer(layer, at: 0)
            testView.backgroundColor = .clear
            cell.backgroundView = testView
        }
    }
}

[AC-3208] iOS7: TableView like in Settings App, Is it possible to create a TableView like the Detail part of Settings App on iPad? See the attached image  iOS 7 TableView dans les Paramètres de l'App sur l'iPad. je veux avoir un groupe UITableView avec le même style comme l'application de paramètres iPad détail view

In iOS 13 and up, this table style is finally made available by Apple, without having to re-engineer it, with the new UITableView.Style.insetGrouped table view style.

In Xcode 11 and up, this can be set in the interface builder settings for the table view, by selecting Inset Grouped for the Style:

TimOliver/TORoundedTableView: A subclass of , A subclass of UITableView that styles it like Settings.app on iPad the borderless, rounded corner style seen in the Settings app on every iPad since iOS 7. TORoundedTableView is a subclass of the standard UIKit UITableView class. Harkening back to the days of iOS 6, it overrides the standard grouped UITableView appearence and behaviour to match the borderless, rounded corner style seen in the Settings app on every iPad since iOS 7.

Answering @NarasimhaiahKolli, on how I set the background view of the cell so that whole cell doesn't look like it's highlighted. Hope this helps.

- (UITableViewCell *)tableView:(UITableView *)tableView cellForRowAtIndexPath:(NSIndexPath *)indexPath
{
    InfoCell *cell;
    ...

    if ([cell respondsToSelector:@selector(tintColor)]) {
        cell.selectedBackgroundView = [self backgroundCellView:cell indexPath:indexPath tableView:tableView];
    }

    return cell;
}

- (void)tableView:(UITableView *)tableView willDisplayCell:(UITableViewCell *)cell forRowAtIndexPath:(NSIndexPath *)indexPath
{
    if ([cell respondsToSelector:@selector(tintColor)]) {
        cell.backgroundColor = UIColor.clearColor;
        UIColor *cellColor = [UIColor colorWithWhite:0.90f alpha:.95f];
        CAShapeLayer *layer = [self tableView:tableView layerForCell:cell forRowAtIndexPath:indexPath withColor:cellColor];

        CGRect bounds = CGRectInset(cell.bounds, 10, 0);

        UIView *testView = [[UIView alloc] initWithFrame:bounds];
        [testView.layer insertSublayer:layer atIndex:0];
        testView.backgroundColor = UIColor.clearColor;
        cell.backgroundView = testView;
    }
}

- (UIView *)backgroundCellView:(InfoCell *)cell indexPath:(NSIndexPath *)indexPath tableView:(UITableView *)tableView
{
    UIColor *cellColor = [UIColor lightGrayColor];
    CAShapeLayer *layer = [self tableView:tableView layerForCell:cell forRowAtIndexPath:indexPath withColor:cellColor];

    CGRect bounds = CGRectInset(cell.bounds, 10, 0);
    UIView *testView = [[UIView alloc] initWithFrame:bounds];
    [testView.layer insertSublayer:layer atIndex:0];
    return testView;
}

- (CAShapeLayer *)tableView:(UITableView *)tableView layerForCell:(UITableViewCell *)cell forRowAtIndexPath:(NSIndexPath *)indexPath withColor:(UIColor *)color
{
    CGFloat cornerRadius = 5.f;
    CAShapeLayer *layer = [[CAShapeLayer alloc] init];
    CGMutablePathRef pathRef = CGPathCreateMutable();
    CGRect bounds = CGRectInset(cell.bounds, 10, 0);
    BOOL addLine = NO;
    if (indexPath.row == 0 && indexPath.row == [tableView numberOfRowsInSection:indexPath.section]-1) {
        CGPathAddRoundedRect(pathRef, nil, bounds, cornerRadius, cornerRadius);
    } else if (indexPath.row == 0) {
        CGPathMoveToPoint(pathRef, nil, CGRectGetMinX(bounds), CGRectGetMaxY(bounds));
        CGPathAddArcToPoint(pathRef, nil, CGRectGetMinX(bounds), CGRectGetMinY(bounds), CGRectGetMidX(bounds), CGRectGetMinY(bounds), cornerRadius);
        CGPathAddArcToPoint(pathRef, nil, CGRectGetMaxX(bounds), CGRectGetMinY(bounds), CGRectGetMaxX(bounds), CGRectGetMidY(bounds), cornerRadius);
        CGPathAddLineToPoint(pathRef, nil, CGRectGetMaxX(bounds), CGRectGetMaxY(bounds));
        addLine = YES;
    } else if (indexPath.row == [tableView numberOfRowsInSection:indexPath.section]-1) {
        CGPathMoveToPoint(pathRef, nil, CGRectGetMinX(bounds), CGRectGetMinY(bounds));
        CGPathAddArcToPoint(pathRef, nil, CGRectGetMinX(bounds), CGRectGetMaxY(bounds), CGRectGetMidX(bounds), CGRectGetMaxY(bounds), cornerRadius);
        CGPathAddArcToPoint(pathRef, nil, CGRectGetMaxX(bounds), CGRectGetMaxY(bounds), CGRectGetMaxX(bounds), CGRectGetMidY(bounds), cornerRadius);
        CGPathAddLineToPoint(pathRef, nil, CGRectGetMaxX(bounds), CGRectGetMinY(bounds));
    } else {
        CGPathAddRect(pathRef, nil, bounds);
        addLine = YES;
    }
    layer.path = pathRef;
    CFRelease(pathRef);
    //        layer.fillColor = [UIColor colorWithWhite:1.f alpha:1.0f].CGColor;
    layer.fillColor = color.CGColor;

    if (addLine == YES) {
        CALayer *lineLayer = [[CALayer alloc] init];
        CGFloat lineHeight = (1.f / [UIScreen mainScreen].scale);
        lineLayer.frame = CGRectMake(CGRectGetMinX(bounds)+10, bounds.size.height-lineHeight, bounds.size.width-10, lineHeight);
        lineLayer.backgroundColor = tableView.separatorColor.CGColor;
        [layer addSublayer:lineLayer];
    }

    return layer;
}

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The answer by @jvanmetre is great and it works. Building on top of it and as suggested by @SergiySalyuk in the comments. I've update the code to use UIBezierPath instead making it simpler to understand and slightly faster.

My version also fixes the separator bug and adds a selected background view that fits with the cell.

Remember to set your table view to no separator: tableView.separatorStyle = UITableViewCellSeparatorStyleNone;

Objective-C

- (void)tableView:(UITableView*)tableView willDisplayCell:(UITableViewCell*)cell forRowAtIndexPath:(NSIndexPath*)indexPath {
  // Set transparent background so we can see the layer
  cell.backgroundColor = UIColor.clearColor;

  // Declare two layers: one for the background and one for the selecetdBackground
  CAShapeLayer *backgroundLayer = [CAShapeLayer layer];
  CAShapeLayer *selectedBackgroundLayer = [[CAShapeLayer alloc] init];

  CGRect bounds = CGRectInset(cell.bounds, 0, 0);//Cell bounds feel free to adjust insets.

  BOOL addSeparator = NO;// Controls if we should add a seperator

  // Determine which corners should be rounded
  if (indexPath.row == 0 && indexPath.row == [tableView numberOfRowsInSection:indexPath.section]-1) {
    // This is the only row in its section, round all corners
    backgroundLayer.path = [UIBezierPath bezierPathWithRoundedRect:bounds byRoundingCorners:UIRectCornerAllCorners cornerRadii:CGSizeMake(7, 7)].CGPath;

  } else if (indexPath.row == 0) {
    // First row, round the top two corners.
    backgroundLayer.path = [UIBezierPath bezierPathWithRoundedRect:bounds byRoundingCorners:UIRectCornerTopLeft | UIRectCornerTopRight cornerRadii:CGSizeMake(7, 7)].CGPath;
    addSeparator = YES;

  } else if (indexPath.row == [tableView numberOfRowsInSection:indexPath.section]-1) {
    // Bottom row, round the bottom two corners.
    backgroundLayer.path = [UIBezierPath bezierPathWithRoundedRect:bounds byRoundingCorners:UIRectCornerBottomLeft | UIRectCornerBottomRight cornerRadii:CGSizeMake(7, 7)].CGPath;

  } else {
    // Somewhere between the first and last row don't round anything but add a seperator
    backgroundLayer.path = [UIBezierPath bezierPathWithRect:bounds].CGPath;// So we have a background
    addSeparator = YES;
  }

  // Copy the same path for the selected background layer
  selectedBackgroundLayer.path = CGPathCreateCopy(backgroundLayer.path);

  // Yay colors!
  backgroundLayer.fillColor = [UIColor colorWithWhite:1.f alpha:0.8f].CGColor;
  selectedBackgroundLayer.fillColor = [UIColor grayColor].CGColor;

  // Draw seperator if necessary
  if (addSeparator == YES) {
    CALayer *separatorLayer = [CALayer layer];
    CGFloat separatorHeight = (1.f / [UIScreen mainScreen].scale);
    separatorLayer.frame = CGRectMake(CGRectGetMinX(bounds)+10, bounds.size.height-separatorHeight, bounds.size.width-10, separatorHeight);
    separatorLayer.backgroundColor = tableView.separatorColor.CGColor;

    [backgroundLayer addSublayer:separatorLayer];
  }

  // Create a UIView from these layers and set them to the cell's .backgroundView and .selectedBackgroundView
  UIView *backgroundView = [[UIView alloc] initWithFrame:bounds];
  [backgroundView.layer insertSublayer:backgroundLayer atIndex:0];
  backgroundView.backgroundColor = UIColor.clearColor;
  cell.backgroundView = backgroundView;

  UIView *selectedBackgroundView = [[UIView alloc] initWithFrame:bounds];
  [selectedBackgroundView.layer insertSublayer:selectedBackgroundLayer atIndex:0];
  selectedBackgroundView.backgroundColor = UIColor.clearColor;
  cell.selectedBackgroundView = selectedBackgroundView;

}

iOS 7 TableView like in Settings App on iPad, I want to have a group UITableView with the style same like the iPad Settings application Detail view for iOS 7. It is a tableView with rounded corner. Please  To do so, tap on the Settings icon on your Home Screen, the one that looks like a cog. Like System Preferences on a Mac (which we have been exploring here: System Preferences on your Mac ), Settings on your iPhone or iPad offers access to tools for adjusting screen brightness, setting up a password, configuring your WiFi, and more.

I was trying to achieve the same Settings app rounded look on the tableviewcells. My answer is also based on a SO answer for how to set cornerRadius for only top-left and top-right corner of a UIView?.

- (void)tableView:(UITableView *)tableView willDisplayCell:(UITableViewCell *)cell forRowAtIndexPath:(NSIndexPath *)indexPath {
    static NSString *CellIdentifier = @"Cell";
    UITableViewCell *cell = [tableView dequeueReusableCellWithIdentifier:CellIdentifier forIndexPath:indexPath];

    [cell setClipsToBounds:YES];

    // rowsArray has cell titles for current group
    NSArray *rowsArray = [self.sectionsArray objectAtIndex:indexPath.section];

    [[cell textLabel] setText:[rowsArray objectAtIndex:indexPath.row]];

    float cornerSize = 11.0; // change this if necessary

    // round all corners if there is only 1 cell
    if (indexPath.row == 0 && [rowsArray count] == 1) {
        UIBezierPath *maskPath;
        maskPath = [UIBezierPath bezierPathWithRoundedRect:cell.bounds byRoundingCorners:(UIRectCornerTopLeft | UIRectCornerTopRight | UIRectCornerBottomLeft | UIRectCornerBottomRight) cornerRadii:CGSizeMake(cornerSize, cornerSize)];

        CAShapeLayer *mlayer = [[CAShapeLayer alloc] init];
        mlayer.frame = cell.bounds;
        mlayer.path = maskPath.CGPath;
        cell.layer.mask = mlayer;
    }

    // round only top cell and only top-left and top-right corners
    else if (indexPath.row == 0) {
        UIBezierPath *maskPath;
        maskPath = [UIBezierPath bezierPathWithRoundedRect:cell.bounds byRoundingCorners:(UIRectCornerTopLeft | UIRectCornerTopRight) cornerRadii:CGSizeMake(cornerSize, cornerSize)];

        CAShapeLayer *mlayer = [[CAShapeLayer alloc] init];
        mlayer.frame = cell.bounds;
        mlayer.path = maskPath.CGPath;
        cell.layer.mask = mlayer;
    }

    // round bottom-most cell of group and only bottom-left and bottom-right corners
    else if (indexPath.row == [rowsArray count] - 1) {
        UIBezierPath *maskPath;
        maskPath = [UIBezierPath bezierPathWithRoundedRect:cell.bounds byRoundingCorners:(UIRectCornerBottomLeft | UIRectCornerBottomRight) cornerRadii:CGSizeMake(cornerSize, cornerSize)];

        CAShapeLayer *mlayer = [[CAShapeLayer alloc] init];
        mlayer.frame = cell.bounds;
        mlayer.path = maskPath.CGPath;
        cell.layer.mask = mlayer;

    }

}

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The iOS Design Guidelines, I want to have a group UITableView with the style same like the iPad Settings application Detail view for iOS 7. It is a tableView with rounded corner. Please  Get to know iOS 7: Changes in the Settings app. Today's Best Tech Deals. Picked by Macworld's Editors. If you’re using an iPhone or iPad with cellular data, you’ll see the Cellular screen

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Comments
  • That's such an awesome answer. I still cannot get the top and bottom lines to hide. Any idea? Everything else works perfectly!
  • Got it working. setting the separator style of the entire table view to none does the trick. Cheers
  • To simplify the code you may also use the [UIBezierPath bezierPathWithRoundedRect:bounds byRoundingCorners:corner cornerRadii:cornerSize];
  • @jvanmetre Good Answer, Upvoted you. This however seem to cause a problem for disclosure icon. My disclosure icon goes outside the cell. Can you please help
  • How to set the autoresizing of the layer, so after rotate, it can change the frame like it's superview?
  • Any idea how to set this property for List in SwiftUI ?
  • nice... so you have to make another layer for background. If I create another bgView and reuse the same layer do not work, I see.
  • There is a white line at the bottom of the cell when you select the cell.
  • Hi Korey, I used this and it worked great with what I have in mind. However, the sides of the round rectangle is too close to the edges of the screen. is there anyway of making the cells smaller (as in thinner)? Many thanks for any tips.
  • I've added my code to a Github repository. I'm even thinking about developing a cocoa pod for this.
  • I've mixed your code with the one of @vanmetre (accepted answer) and it fits perfectly to my needs ! +1 for using maskView which allows pretty selection. Thanks a lot !
  • Great one. Only one problem occurred: I couldn't use the cell.bounds because it was incorrect... Instead of that I created my own bounds from tableView.bounds.size.width and heightForRowAtIndexPath method
  • Given your code, how would you go about changing the width of the cells, or adding margins to the sides of the table?
  • This doesn't do anything to answer the question.
  • This should be a comment not an answer.