Apple News+ is a new subscription service at Apple News application that allows you to access magazines and paid content from some news sites. You must pay a subscription to access Apple News+, and it is a complementary service that coexists with the already existing free version of Apple. Apple News content. This guide covers everything you need to know about Apple News+, pricing and availability to news sites and magazines included.
Apple News+ Availability
Apple News+ the content is available directly in the Apple News application through the new Apple News+ tab displayed on iPhone, iPad and iPod touch models running iOS 12.2 and Macs running macOS Mojave 10.14.4.
You must be in the US or Canada to subscribe and access Apple News content at the present time, although Apple plans to extend it to other countries in the future.
Apple News+ Prices
Apple News+ costs $ 9.99 per month in the United States and $ 12.99 per month in Canada. At present, no annual subscription plan is available.
The fee of $ 9.99 per month gives your entire family access to Apple News+ as long as you have set up the family sharing.
Apple News Free try
Apple offers a 30-day free trial for Apple News+, and we have instructions to register here. The fee of $ 9.99 per month will not be charged until the end of the free trial, but your free trial will end at the time of your cancellation.
This means that there is no option to register, cancel, and then use the service for a month. You will need to subscribe to continue using the free trial. We therefore recommend that you set a reminder before the test expires so that you can benefit from the entire 30-day trial period without being billed if you decide to cancel.
How to go to Apple News+ Content
All Apple News+ the content is available in the Apple News app in the Apple News+ tab at the bottom of the screen on an iPhone or via Apple News+ option on the sidebar on iPad and Mac.
the Apple News+ section houses all available Apple News content but if you meet Apple News+ magazine articles news sites like The Wall Street Journal by browsing the standard Apple News interface, this content will be available for free for you.
What is included in Apple News+
the Apple News+ monthly fee gives you access to over 200 popular magazines covering a wide range of categories, including health, style and beauty, lifestyle, sport, finance and business, cars, hobbies, food, recreation, home and garden, children and parenthood, news and politics, outdoor activities, science and technology, and travel.
Past and current numbers of a number of magazines are included. On the basis of a spot check, previous issues appear to be available from March 2018; no magazine therefore offers a complete collection of previous contents. In March 2018, Apple bought Texture, the service that Apple News+ has evolved since.
With more than 300 magazines, Apple News+ includes paywall subscription content from the following newspapers: The Wall Street Journal, The Los Angeles Times, and The Toronto Star.
There are also several digital-only subscription offers, such as Skimm, The Highlight by Vox, Vulture sites from New York Magazine, The Cut and Grub Street and Extra Crunch from TechCrunch.
Apple News Formatting
New issues of some magazines in Apple News+ use an exclusive formatting designed only for Apple News+ A table of contents appears from the beginning to allow you to see what items are included and jump directly to what you want to read. It also supports full-screen interactive media and other digital features.
Some magazines have not been updated with this new format and their problems are simple PDFs that you can browse without these new features. All back issues, even those of magazines that support the new Apple News+ digital format are also in PDF format.
PDFs display all the pages available in a magazine, but you will essentially need to browse most of the magazine to see the details of what is available.
MacStories has a big list of all the magazines available in Apple News+ in the United States at the present time, and what format these magazines use.
Subscribe to a magazine
Apple has no way to officially subscribe to a Apple News+ magazine, but all the magazines you open are listed in the "My magazines" section at the top of the app. When new issues appear in the magazines you have read, the Apple News The application will send you a notification.
My magazine seems to be a little buggy at the moment because there is no way to delete magazines from the list, and all the magazines and contents you have read do not appear in the list My magazines after leaving the application and having it reopened. Apple will likely provide solutions to these issues to improve the presentation and underwriting tools available.
Download a magazine for offline reading
You can download any magazine in Apple News+ so you can read it offline. When browsing magazines, check out new issues in Apple News+ section, or by looking at the overview of a magazine with all available numbers listed, press the small download icon next to a number to make it available for reading when you do not have Wi-Fi or LTE.
Apple News+ Bugs
Some people have difficulty subscribing to Apple News+, and this is not entirely clear what is happening. Apple's servers may have problems because some people have struggled to subscribe to Apple News on one device, then use it on another. One user was lucky in unsubscribing and subscribing again, while another said that he had just started operating all of a sudden after a certain time.
Problems with loading times and switching between portrait and landscape modes have also been reported. If you meet Apple News+ troubles, log out of iTunes in the Settings app, and then log back in. This seems to solve the problem faced by users who can not connect to another device.
The free Apple News Experience
Apple News in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom and Australia will continue to function as before for those who choose not to sign up for Apple News+ All content and news from your favorite news sites will still be available for reading, you simply do not have access to magazines and paid content included in Apple News+
For non-subscribers, there is virtually no change in Apple News application except for a new Apple News+ tab to ignore. Apple News will continue to provide access to Top Stories, Trending Stories and a stream of personalized news articles.
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