An object that requests the delivery and handles the receipt of PushKit notifications.
- iOS 8.0+
- macOS 10.15+Beta
- Mac Catalyst 13.0+Beta
- watchOS 6.0+Beta
PKPush object manages only certain types of notifications, such as high-priority notifications needed by a VoIP app. PushKit wakes up your app as needed to deliver incoming notifications and delivers the notifications directly to the push registry object that requested them.
Every time your app launches, whether in the foreground or in the background, create a push registry object and configure it. Typically, you keep the push registry object running for the duration of your app. Each push registry object delivers incoming notifications to its
delegate object, which also handles the responses for registration requests. Listing 1 shows how to create a push registry object and request VoIP notifications. Always assign an appropriate delegate object before modifying the
Assigning a new value to the
desired property registers the push registry object with the PushKit servers. The server reports the success or failure of your registration attempts asynchronously to the push registery, which then reports those results to its delegate object. The push registry also delivers all received notifications to the delegate object. For more information about the delegate methods, see