get data from push notification when app is closed in iOS and app not running in background

When receive a push notification and my application is totally closed, how can handle this info?

Only can get data from NSDictionary on this method didFinishLaunchingWithOptions: or

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  • didReceiveRemoteNotification:

    for example: when the user open the application how get data from the push notification?, and not when the user open the push notification directly.

    Is there a method that responds and detect if a notification has not been read?

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    You’ll want to implement

    - (void)application:(UIApplication *)application didReceiveRemoteNotification:(NSDictionary *)userInfo fetchCompletionHandler:(void (^)(UIBackgroundFetchResult result))handler
    

    This will launch your app if needed, then you’ll want to save the data somewhere so when the user next’s starts the app you grab the data and do something with it.

    From Apples Doc’s:

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    Use this method to process incoming remote notifications for your app.
    Unlike the application:didReceiveRemoteNotification: method, which is
    called only when your app is running in the foreground, the system
    calls this method when your app is running in the foreground or
    background. In addition, if you enabled the remote notifications
    background mode, the system launches your app (or wakes it from the
    suspended state) and puts it in the background state when a push
    notification arrives. However, the system does not automatically
    launch your app if the user has force-quit it. In that situation, the
    user must relaunch your app or restart the device before the system
    attempts to launch your app automatically again.

    Just look into the method and I’m certain you’ll figure it out 🙂

    I did a quick google, these look like they will help:

    SO example: didReceiveRemoteNotification: fetchCompletionHandler: open from icon vs push notification

    The first tutorial i saw on it: http://hayageek.com/ios-background-fetch/