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all i want toknow is this possible to send data to a server after every 5 min.when user open application and after sometime click on Homescreen button still data is transfer to server.is this possible?

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No, applications on the iPhone cannot be run in the background. When the Home screen is hit, the application gets a request to quit (and it HAS to be honored). The only application that's allowed to run in the background is the iPod application..

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I want to create an application which is linked to a server and data is saved on that server on every 5 minute but one condition is that my application is not running all the time means that updating is done as a background is there any facilities provided by iphone with the help of which this is done.I read a lot about Apple Push Notification service but this is one way communication not two way any other idea.


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