When an imageView is created with an "images" property, iOS no longer respects the width and height specified by the imageView. In my case the image is drawn much larger and off the screen. It may be rendering the image to it's actual size, rather than scaling it to the dimensions specified.
When the imageView specified a single image via the "image" property (non plural) iOS scales the image properly.
On android imageViews will render the correct dimensions when either the "image" or "images" property is called. (Android works properly)