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Saturday, February 7, 2009

Rumor: Apple is Considering Allowing iPhone Apps to Run in the Background

Push Notification Service was supposed to be Apple's solution to allow iPhone apps to run in the background. It is one of most requested features by iPhone users along with copy and paste and support for Adobe's Flash. Apple had announced that it would be available to iPhone users in September 2008.

However, Apple had strangely pulled out the Push Notification Service APIs in fourth beta version of iPhone firmware 2.1 and there has been no further updates from Apple about the feature.

But looks like Apple has not forgotten about it. MacRumors is hearing that Apple is considering allowing real background processes instead.

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