UIView animations use what are known as animation blocks. Everything between the beginAnimations: context : and commitAnimations method calls is animated based on the animation settings you declare within the block. For instance, if you wanted to fade out an image view along with the label, all you have to do is add it to the animation block and set its alpha value to zero.
An animation block defines how a view should animate. A UIView animation block begins by calling beginAnimations: context: and ends by calling commitAnimations. The lines of code between these two methods describe the animation, such as the ...