A good measurement of almost any mobile platform is how well it handles the sequential rendering of dozens, hundreds, and even thousands of objects at any given time.
Within iOS, UITableViews are used quite frequently to display just about any type and amount of data. From short multi-section table views to tables with as many as a few thousand or more rows, UITableViews represent a good portion of iOS application displays and account for a sizable amount of performance related problems as well.
UITableView class was developed specifically for devices with small displays and provides features that help developers ensure high levels of performance almost regardless of row content. Table views are limited to a single column of ...