iPhone Navigation Controls
To display a hierarchy of information, the iPhone uses table views. Accessory icons indicate there is another layer to the hierarchy.
 Disclosure indicatorA gray arrow (chevron?) is called a disclosure indicator and is used to tell the user that touching that row will droll down to another table view -.

Detail disclosure buttonA detail disclosure button indicates tells you that selecting that row will reveal, and perhaps allow you to edit, more detailed information about the current row -

Check markYou use a checkmark when a touch on a row results in the selection of that item. This kind of table view is known as a selection list, and it is analogous to a pop-up list. Selection lists can limit selections to one row, or they can allowed multiple rows with checkmarks.


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