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On iOS, when you request permission to use notifications for the first time, the system will present the following dialog asking users to grant the permission.
Once users choose to allow or deny the permission, their choice will be remembered. They can change the permission later in Settings.
During the development, you might want to reset notification permission back to the clean state (
UNAuthorizationStatus.notDetermined) to test out every possible scenario for your app, e.g., user denies the permission.
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To reset a push notification permission back to
.notDetermined to simulate a first-time run of your app, simply delete and reinstall the app.
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