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Apple has shared a warning today to developers who use its Push Notification Service about upcoming changes and requirements.

Apple detailed the reminder on its developer site to change to the HTTP/2-based APNs provider API which comes with new features and benefits.

If you send push notifications with the legacy binary protocol, we recommend updating to the HTTP/2-based APNs provider API as soon as possible. You’ll be able to take advantage of great modern features, such as authentication with a JSON Web Token, improved error messaging, and per-notification feedback.

The Apple Push Notification service (APNs) will no longer support the legacy binary protocol as of November 2020.

Read more about registering your app with APNs here.

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