Apple To Launch Its Own Paid News Subscription Service

Posted: Apr 17 2018, 12:03pm CDT | by , in News | Apple

 
Apple to Launch its own Paid News Subscription Service
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Apple is to Start its own Premium Subscription Service that will Broadcast News Articles by End of 2019

Apple has big plans. It wants to begin a news service that subscribers can avail by the end of the upcoming year, according to a recent report by Bloomberg. Yet it is keeping mum about the whole deal.

Despite the leakage, its spokespersons refused to offer any comments on the matter. This service is basically all about the digital magazine app titled Texture.

The magazine app will be incorporated into the Apple News application. The process will be valid for iPhones and iPads. Apple’s acquisition of the digital magazine app company remains hung in the balance for now.

Texture is an app that lends access to 200 digital magazines. The rate is almost $10 on a monthly basis. Among some of these magazines may be included: People, Vogue, Rolling Stone, National Geographic, GQ, Sports Illustrated, Wired, Maxim, Men’s Health, ESPN, and Entertainment Weekly.

Apple has let it be known that it plans on remaining true to the roots of high-quality journalism. The truth is what matters most in the interesting stories that make it to these digital magazines.

This service in many ways bears a resemblance to Apple Music. Apple Music allows access to 45 million songs for approximately $10 per month.

This news service will be a wonderful addition to the pre-existing services department at Apple Inc. Among the already existent services are the iCloud and the App Store. Advertisers would flock to this news service as well which will prove to be a profitable deal for Apple.

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