Recently, Apple News+ was announced at Apple’s March media event. This service gives subscribers access to more than 300 newspapers and publications. Apple News+ is available for $9.99 per month in the U.S. and $12.99 per month in Canada. Furthermore, it enables you a one-month trial. Is Apple News+ worth the monthly fee? Please keep reading to get more details.
Part one: What can Apple news+ do for me?
- Personalized to your interests
As you read, Apple News gets a better read on your interests, then suggests stories relevant to you.
- You can read tons of articles here
Apple News editors handpick the best stories and deliver them right to you. These must-reads include everything from the latest headlines to in-depth special-interest pieces.
- It strictly protects your privacy
Apple News uses the intelligence on your device to recommend News, access your information only with your permission, and never share it with others.
- Family Sharing is included with the service
It requires no additional fee for each person in your family to also have access with their own personal recommendations.
- It is available for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch
- Online and offline reading across your devices
Automatic downloads make it easy to read magazine issues offline. You can download a magazine or save a recommended article to read on the go.
Part two: How to subscribe the service?
- Update your device to the latest iOS 12.2.
Note: In case of data loss, you’d better back up your important data before the update. Here we strongly recommend you with iFonebox, which is capable of transferring specific data from iPhone/iPad/iPod touch to your computer.
- Tap the Apple News+ tab at the bottom.
- Tap Try It Free and then tap it again on the next screen.
- If you want to purchase any other App, you should prepare your Touch ID/Face ID or your App Store password. If you forgot your Apple ID password, learn how to reset it.
- You will receive an email, after you confirm the details of the subscription, you’ll then allowed to access to the Apple News+ catalog.