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    Wifi Off and Notifications On?
    Just a quick question, I have 3G ipod touch and wanted to know if I turn off wifi and turn on notifications from the settings menu, will I still get the notifications? Will this help me not drain my battery as much? Does having notifications on drain it faster? Thanks in advance!

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    Oct 03, 2009
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    It depends on the notification type as well as the application. If the application requires internet, and the notifications for the app come off the internet- the wifi will need to be on. But if the app is like Calendar- requiring no internet to function, the wifi can be off or on regardless.
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