Travis Jeffery with an integration of the new clang-format tool, which I mentioned back in Issue 93, directly into Xcode. The plugin will format either an entire fiIe or selected text with your preferred code styling format. I bet this feature will be embedded directly into Xcode 6 but until that happens, you can use this to enforce your Objective-C style guidelines.
Zbigniew Sobiecki with the fascinating story of the development of Code Pilot. The good news is that Code Pilot is now compatible with Xcode 5, the bad news is that the app was not pulling in enough revenue to be sustainable given the vast amount of effort needed whenever Xcode got updated. Top marks for open sourcing it rather than just shutting it down though.
Landon Fuller on the state of iOS "frameworks" as they stand today. I would say that the limitations around frameworks is one of the biggest weaknesses of the developer platform today. Cocoapods helps with this a little (although it is fundamentally solving a different problem) but the ability to have a standard, supported method of creating static libraries would be a huge step forward. If you agree, Landon has included a template for a Radar in case you want to duplicate this (Hint: It will get looked at by more people inside Apple if you do file a duplicate).