In iOS 9.3, the
didReceiveRemoteNotification method gets called on both of the following occasions.
1) When the push notification is received 2) When the user launches the app by tapping on the notification.
But on iOS 10, I notice that the
didReceiveRemoteNotification method does NOT fire when the user launches the app by tapping on the notification. It's called only when the notification is received. Hence, I cannot do any further action after the app is launched from notification.
What should be the fix for this? Any idea?