Delayed Notifications - iOS 10.3.2b5

Discussion in 'iOS 10' started by SumYoungGai, Apr 29, 2017.

  1. SumYoungGai macrumors 6502a

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    I was doing something at my desk when 5 notifications came up all at the same time on my phone - a few messages from 30 minutes ago, some app push notifications from 15m ago, etc.

    They weren't already "loaded" onto the lockscreen, as if previous notifications were already on the lockscreen and a recent one just woke the device up. They all entered the lockscreen at the same time.

    Has anyone ever heard of this? Any fix for this? Google searches came up with a bunch of threads on this issue but no real solutions.
     
  2. uandme72 macrumors 6502a

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    I had faced this.
    As already stated by you, no real solutions so far.
    I have reported this to Apple.
    You may also do so alongwith sysdiagnose logs.
     
  3. Chazzle macrumors 6502a

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    Had this happen as well. Seemed to happen more on 10.3 beta. Do you remember if you were connected to Wifi, wifi calling, LTE etc?
     
  4. SumYoungGai thread starter macrumors 6502a

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    Yes, connected to my home router & had Verizon Wi-Fi calling in the status bar. The texts came through iMessage so theoretically it shouldn't be a cellular issue.

    I know that the way Apple handles notifications is a little different than people expect. The app sends a push to Apple's servers, and then Apple servers send the push notification to your device. Maybe there was a hiccup last night.
     
  5. Chazzle macrumors 6502a

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    Thought that may be the case. My issues always seem to happen when connected to wifi and even more so when wifi calling is enabled. I thought maybe a router issue but it seems more like a problem with the phone's connection to it based on my testing.
     

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