iOS9 popover always points to top-left corner of anchor iOS9 popover always points to top-left corner of anchor ios ios

iOS9 popover always points to top-left corner of anchor


I had the exact same problem. I just resolved it by setting sourceRect in prepareForSegue:

override func prepareForSegue(segue: UIStoryboardSegue, sender: AnyObject?) {    switch segue.identifier {    case "Popover Identifier"?:        if #available(iOS 9.0, *) {            segue.destinationViewController?.popoverPresentationController?.sourceRect = anchorView.bounds        }    default:        break    }}


Had the same issue but my app has a multitude of pop-over so I created a centralized function for the fix (but still had to use it on every view controller that had pop overs).

// Fix for IOS 9 pop-over arrow anchor bug// ---------------------------------------// - IOS9 points pop-over arrows on the top left corner of the anchor view// - It seems that the popover controller's sourceRect is not being set//   so, if it is empty  CGRect(0,0,0,0), we simply set it to the source view's bounds//   which produces the same result as the IOS8 behaviour.// - This method is to be called in the prepareForSegue method override of all//   view controllers that use a PopOver segue////   example use:////          override func prepareForSegue(segue: UIStoryboardSegue, sender: AnyObject?) //          {//             fixIOS9PopOverAnchor(segue)   //          }//      extension UIViewController{   func fixIOS9PopOverAnchor(segue:UIStoryboardSegue?)   {      guard #available(iOS 9.0, *) else { return }                if let popOver = segue?.destinationViewController.popoverPresentationController,         let anchor  = popOver.sourceView         where popOver.sourceRect == CGRect()                  && segue!.sourceViewController === self       { popOver.sourceRect = anchor.bounds }      }       }


Here's an example of Igor Camilo's snippet in Objective-C.

- (void)prepareForSegue:(UIStoryboardSegue *)segue sender:(id)sender{    // If the sender is a UIView, we might have to correct the sourceRect of    // a potential popover being presented due to an iOS 9 bug. See:    // https://openradar.appspot.com/22095792 and http://stackoverflow.com/a/32698841/368674    if ([sender isKindOfClass:UIView.class]) {        // Fetch the destination view controller        UIViewController *destinationViewController = [segue destinationViewController];        // If there is indeed a UIPopoverPresentationController involved        if ([destinationViewController respondsToSelector:@selector(popoverPresentationController)]) {            // Fetch the popover presentation controller            UIPopoverPresentationController *popoverPresentationController =            destinationViewController.popoverPresentationController;            // Set the correct sourceRect given the sender's bounds            popoverPresentationController.sourceRect = ((UIView *)sender).bounds;        }    }}


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