I have a
(0 0; 320 504)
(0, 0, 0, 0)
(-60, 0, 0, 0)
This is probably the reason why
UIRefreshControl is currently only supported on
UITableViewController, rather than by addition to any scrollview (which you can get away with, in many cases).
The refresh control does its magic by tinkering with the content insets of the scrollview - particularly when it ends refreshing. Unfortunately the view controller is also tinkering with the content insets of the scroll view to fit it under the translucent nav and status bars. Fun ensues. Is this also an issue on iOS 6 (or, "good old iOS6" as I called it when dealing with the same issue).
The quickest solution is probably to add your table view as a child UITableViewController instead of a simple subview. I think that UITableViewController manages the insets for you at the end of the refresh. If that doesn't work, I've got workarounds for this but it will have to wait until I get back in the office.