There are two common problems most people, including myself, make mistakes with when setting up apple push notifications.
A) You need to make sure you generate the right type of certificate. If you are making a development app you need a developer push notification certificate. If your doing a production deployment you need a production push notification certificate. For instance you can't use a developer push notifiication certificate with an app wrapped using a production certificate and visa versa.
B) Often people forget to change the url of the environment they are sending the certificates to. For instance if your are using a developer certificate you must use the url: gateway.sandbox.push.apple.com:2195 and for development gateway.push.apple.com:2195.
C) The certificate you use on the push notifications server needs to be in p12 format. A lot of the time people forget to convert the certificate correctly.
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