What's the difference between "local reminder" and "push notification?

A friend has been bugging me about this, does anyone know what's the difference between "local reminder" and "push notification" in an iPhone app?

In a nutshell, local notifications are popup notifications from applications on your phone, based on data that's already on the local phone.  Push notifications are popup notifications you get when new info (like an email, tweet, or update from something like Facebook) gets pushed to your device from a server. 

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