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Apple News +, Which Integrates more than 300 Journals is now Official

The Apple Event scheduled for today began, the first relevant announcement from Apple is its new subscription service called Apple News +. It is the news service that already existed since 2015, but today receives an update as more than 300 magazines and newspapers from different media will be integrated.

Apple News +, Which Integrates more than 300 Journals is now Official

Apple News + for $ 9.99 per month

With the iOS 12.2 update, users who are both in the US and Canada will receive a free month to know the interface and service that Apple will offer. Some of the magazines that integrate the service are Popular Science, Vogue, Rolling Stone, National Geographic and more.

Tim Cook provided interesting information about the growth of the Apple News platform. There are 5 billion articles that have been read from Apple News, making it the number 1 news app in the world.

What is the best news of Apple News +? The magazines will be interactive since they will not be common as you can download normally. Each time you open a magazine, the information will be displayed showing various animations. The content will not be the same as a traditional magazine, that is the differentiating factor of Apple News +

Apple News +, Which Integrates more than 300 Journals is now Official

Approximately, a user would spend more than $ 8,000 per month on all subscriptions to each of the magazines that Apple will contemplate in its service. It is what stands out the Cupertino company, you will have the relevant content of these magazines for $ 9.99 or $ 12.99 Canadians

Availability in other countries

Unfortunately, there is no official arrival date for this service to Spain or other Latin American countries. The service will be launched today for the US and Canada, and there is a promise that it will arrive very soon throughout 2019 in the United Kingdom and Australia.

Very interesting Apple’s proposal, after months ago it was said that there was no formal agreement with the editors of the magazines by not offering fair amounts of economic benefits. In addition, a few weeks ago it was leaked that this service would be a reality thanks to screenshots in macOS.

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