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Curious - any thoughts
Every night when I go to sleep I put my X in Airplane mode so I don't get woken up by alerts, emails, texts, etc. Every morning when I go to put it back on, the New York Times app has somehow managed to get the "Today in the NY Times" message on the phone, a feature I signed up for that highlights 10 or 15 stories in that day's paper and puts an alert in the notification bar. Anyone have any thoughts on how it's doing this?
I thought putting a phone in Airplane mode basically cuts it off from the outside world. Nothing else has arrived on the X during the night. When I take it out of Airplane mode, after a few seconds the weather app refreshes and I get notifications for emails or texts that have come in during the night. But the Times app has somehow gotten through.
Obviously this is not a pressing issue, and not even a problem as it doesn't make a noise when it comes in, I'm just curious how it's happening. Any thoughts?