Instance Property


The time zone of the notification’s fire date.


var timeZone: TimeZone? { get set }


The date specified in fireDate is interpreted according to the value of this property. If you specify nil (the default), the fire date is interpreted as an absolute GMT time, which is suitable for cases such as countdown timers. If you assign a valid NSTimeZone object to this property, the fire date is interpreted as a wall-clock time that is automatically adjusted when there are changes in time zones; an example suitable for this case is an an alarm clock.

See Also

Scheduling a Local Notification

var fireDate: Date?

The date and time when the system should deliver the notification.

var repeatInterval: NSCalendar.Unit

The calendar interval at which to reschedule the notification.

var repeatCalendar: Calendar?

The calendar the system should refer to when it reschedules a repeating notification.

var region: CLRegion?

The geographic region that triggers the notification.

var regionTriggersOnce: Bool

A Boolean value indicating whether crossing a geographic region boundary delivers only one notification.