Ionic IOS app's Signal-R events are not updating (realtime) when the app moved to background?

The app is not updating in realtime when It’s in the background.

Android and iOS suspend apps after some time in the background. This is completely normal. What are you trying to achieve? Most of the time, the problem can be solved in another way.

Do you have an idea how to resolve it, at least make it work for 10 mins. @robingenz

I am not sure what you are trying to achieve.

What I am trying to do is, I do have a ReactJS-based capacitor Ionic app. that is a messaging platform. Messages are updating in real time in the app using Signal-R event. It’s working when the IOS app is in the foreground. but not working in the background(the app was not killed). Android is totally fine. @robingenz

For this, I recommend you to use push notifications, see The Push Notification Guide.