Apple introduces a new service called “Apple News+” at $9.99 per month

Apple News+
Apple News+

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Apple has just announced Apple News+ that is basically an upgraded version of the company’s existing Apple News. The goal of Apple News+ is to bring the magazine reading experience on the mobile device.

Apple has partnered several media houses to bring their magazines on Apple News+. Roger Rosner, Apple’s vice president of applications, confirmed that there will be over 300 magazines across all sorts of topics you would like to read.

In the demonstration, Apple has also shown moving-image covers for each magazine and content for both iPads and iPhones.

Apple has confirmed that it doesn’t track what you read and it will also not allow advertisers to track you. That means, Apple News+ service is paid. It costs $9.99 per month. Apple has also confirmed that this subscription includes family sharing with no extra charge.

Apple News+ is available starting today and Apple is also offering Apple News+ free for the first month.

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