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Apple News editors select the most important, compelling articles and surface them in Top Stories, Spotlight, and other collections. These must-reads include everything from the latest headlines to in-depth coverage of the biggest stories of the year. An Apple News+ subscription unlocks even more premium articles and issues from the world’s best newspapers and magazines.
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Apple News is the easiest way to stay up to date with the news and information that matter most, with a seamless reading experience across all your devices. Experienced Apple News editors curate the day’s top stories from trusted sources, and advanced algorithms help you discover stories you'll find interesting. Our editors create an audio briefing called Apple News Today, covering the biggest stories each weekday morning. You can also subscribe to a daily email newsletter from the Apple News editors highlighting the news you need to know to start your day.
Apple News and Apple News+ both feature the world’s best journalism from trusted sources, curated by human editors and personalized to your interests. With Apple News+ you unlock unlimited access to premium content from hundreds of magazines and leading local, national, and international newspapers, cover-to-cover magazine issues you can read online or off, and audio stories — professionally narrated versions of some of the best stories available in Apple News+.
Apple News+ costs just $9.99 per month after a free one-month trial. Apple News+ is also included in the Apple One Premier Plan, which bundles five other Apple services into a single monthly subscription for $29.95 per month.
With an Apple News+ subscription, you get full access to hundreds of the world’s best magazines and newspapers. The magazines included cover a wide range of interests, from food to fashion to politics and much more, with current and past issues available cover to cover. Newspapers include leading titles such as The Wall Street Journal and the Los Angeles Times. Subscribers also receive access to audio stories — professionally narrated versions of some of the best stories available in Apple News+.
You can share your Apple News+ subscription with up to five other family members.
You can download full issues of your favorite magazines to your Apple devices and access them anywhere, anytime, without an internet connection. You can also listen to Apple News+ audio stories and Apple News Today offline.
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Apple News+ is a subscription service that gives you and your family access to hundreds of magazines, newspapers, and premium digital publishers. Before you subscribe, you can view the magazines included with Apple News+ from within the app. Be sure to update your iPad to the latest version of iPadOS, iPhone or iPod touch to the latest version of iOS, or Mac to the latest version of macOS. Then follow these steps to subscribe to Apple News+:
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- Open the News app.
- On your iPad or Mac, tap or click News+ in the sidebar. On your iPhone or iPod touch, tap News+ at the bottom of the screen.
- Tap or click the trial subscription offer. (One trial per Apple ID.)
- If prompted, sign in with the Apple ID that you use for App Store and iTunes Store purchases.* If you don't have an Apple ID, follow the prompts to create one. If you're not sure if you have an Apple ID, we can help you find out.
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- With Apple One, you can bundle Apple News+ with Apple Music, Apple Arcade, iCloud storage, and more for a low monthly price. Learn how to sign up for Apple One.
- You can find the latest issues and featured stories in the News+ feed.
- Learn how to read the latest headlines in and navigate the News app or you can also listen to an audio version of news stories.
- You can cancel your subscription at any time. Learn how to cancel Apple News+.
- If you're a member of a Family Sharing family group, everyone in your family group automatically has access to Apple News+ after you subscribe.
- If you already subscribe to an individual publication, that publication might be part of Apple News+. Learn how to view and manage your current subscriptions.