With iOS 5 it became possible to place UIActionSheet’s within a UIPopoverController. The issue is that using this solution you’re stuck with the generic UIKit appearnce for your popover’s.
Adam Schlag has created a custom popover control LTKPopoverActionSheet that is based on UIView and works properly with the UIAppearance protocol. There’s also a block-based API for easier button event handling.
Using LTKPopoverActionSheet you can have popover’s styled with UIAppearance in a popover like in this image:
You can find LTKPopoverActionSheet with a full example on Github here.
You can read about LTKPopoverActionSheet on the Logical Thought blog.
A nice easy way to create customized popover action sheets.
A nice control for making customized popover
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