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Created attachment 9969 [details]
Repro solution (VS2015)
If a UITableViewCell overrides WillMoveToSuperview (even if the override does absolutely nothing) and that cell is dequeued via the DequeueReusableCell(NSString, NSIndexPath) method, then any UITextField inside that cell is not editable. If, on the other hand, the cell is dequeued via DequeueReusableCell(NSString) OR the cell does not override WillMoveToSuperview, then the UITextField in the cell correctly responds to edit interactions.
This is true both in the simulator (8.1) and on an actual device. The same code written in Objective-C works as expected.
A repro is attached.
I can reproduce this.
I can reproduce with 8.6.2, but not with master, so this has been fixed. The fix will be included in Xamarin.iOS 8.10 (with current target date mid-April).