Apple recently launched its brand new Apple News Plus subscription service, which is accessible through Apple News. Apple News app. Apple News+ offers access to more than 300 magazines, including The New Yorker, The Atlantic, Vogue, WIRED, National Geographic, and ELLE. In addition to publications, this premium subscription includes top newspapers like The Wall Street Journal and Los Angeles Times. At present, Apple News Plus is available only in the US and Canada. The cost of subscription for the US is $9.99 per month, while in Canada it is $12.99 for a month. Anyone interested in the service can sign up for a free trial of 30 days for Apple News+.
How to Sign up for Apple News Plus
To join Apple News Plus, you must first upgrade the operating system on your iPhone or iPad to iOS 12.2 and your Mac up to macOS Mojave 10.14.4. Be aware that you need to reside within either the US or Canada to be eligible for Apple News+ right now. Apple has stated it will become accessible in the UK as well as Australia in the coming year. Here’s how to enroll to get the Apple News+ subscription on iPhone or iPad.
- Make sure that your phone is operating the most recent version of iOS 12.2.
- Start your Apple News app.
- Click to open the “News+” tab at the lower right of the application.
- Tap on “Get Started.”
- Then , tap the “Try It Free” button to sign up for a one-month trial period.
- Click on the “Confirm” button. Make use of the Touch ID feature or Face ID to perform authenticating.
That’s it! Apple is going to automatically renew your subscription and bill $9.99 per month once the trial has ended. You are able to cancel the subscription at any time before the trial expires. But, don’t end your Apple News Plus subscription until you’ve tested it extensively since the subscription will end immediately if you end the trial. You can set up a reminder to be notified of cancellation of the subscription before the 30 days have passed.
Explore Apple News+
After signing up, you’ll be able to explore the complete News+ catalogue, Featured covers, and access online magazines like Vox, The Cut, Vulture and TechCrunch. You is able to swipe left and find magazines that fall into specific categories like entertainment, Science & Tech, Lifestyle, Food, Health, Business & Finance, and many more. It also includes an “Reading Now” and “Recent” section, which allows users to keep a list of the magazines they are reading.