Apple is Gearing up For its News Subscription Service

Since Apple’s acquisition of digital magazine service Texture, there have been speculations that the company may announce its new-subscription model soon.

Preview of the landing page of Apple News Subscription Service was recently spotted with the latest iOS 12.2 beta update.

Apple News Subscription Service

Apple News Subscription Service

The screenshot above shows that Apple’s latest news-subscription service will give users premium access to newspapers and magazines.

May have the name Apple News Magazines, the service will bring premium content to its readers from leading publications including Shape, Vogue, and Bon Appétit.

It’s also being said that Apple may utilize its iTunes store to manage and collect the fee paid against the subscription. It’s yet to be revealed how much Apple will charge as the subscription fee.

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Furthermore, we don’t have any clues as well on availability date of the service. It’s rumored that Apple can announce the news somewhere in March.

Alongside Apple News Subscription Service, the iOS 12.2 beta update also indicates the arrival of a all-in-one media bundle subscription service.

The service consists of original TV shows, Apple Music, and magazines. Therefore, we can expect a streaming bundle from Apple could be launching in the near future.

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Sumant is the founder - editor of Blogging Republic. He is a tech content specialist, gizmo geek and a pro content marketer. When not on his workstation, he could be found scrolling Google News endlessly on his phone.
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