Earlier this year, Apple announced the new news release, Apple News +. Apple News +, which will serve its users for a fee of 10 dollars per month, offers hundreds of news options.
Apple News + was launched a month ago in the United States and Canada after it was announced early in the year. Aiming to expand this service to reach a wider audience, Apple took a new step to realize its plans. The app is now available in the UK and Australia. Apple News + will start broadcasting in these two countries, a market with many magazines and newspapers.
In the UK, the price is set at £ 9.99 per month, while users in Australia have to pay $ 14.99 per month. There is also a one-month trial version for users of both countries.
What does Apple News + bring?
Users living in Australia; The selection details will reach platforms such as The Australian, The Daily Telegraph, The Advertiser, Elle, Australian Women’s Health, Harper’s Bazaar Australia, GQ and more. UK users will have access to options like The Times, Elle UK, Cosmopolitan UK, Esquire UK, FourFourTwo and more. In addition, US-based newspapers such as The Wall Street Journal, National Geographic and Vox will be available.
Apple News + was one of the most important applications announced by Apple this year. It has been known that the company has been working on providing paid services for a while. Now the same work may include Apple Arcade and Apple TV +. We will see whether Apple News + will be available in our country in the coming days.