Originally Posted by rpitman
#3 under #5 says to "Select the UIViewController Subclass template." I didn't see that, but I chose iOS : Cocoa Touch : Objective-C class and that worked.
Yes, that was one of the changes Apple made on new version of Xcode. If you watch the video, you will see the new version. At the time the written text went to publication, the newer version had not been released. When I began working in the screencasts, the newer version became available.
You have to love the fast lane :)
Thank you for your observation and solution.