Apple is rumored to be running on an Apple News subscription provider that would provide get right of entry to magazines and paywalled information content material for a month-to-month rate, and recommendations of that new subscription carrier have been noticed in macOS Mojave 10.14.4.
Developer Steve Troughton-Smith this morning shared a few screenshots of the brand new subscription service pulled from the contemporary macOS 10.14.Four betas.
The screenshots show notifications from the Apple News subscription provider, alert subscribers when new troubles of their favored magazines are to be had. Similar subscription information has also already been seen in iOS 12.2, with the subscription carrier known as “Apple News Magazines.”
Apple’s mag subscription service is based totally on Texture, the virtual magazine app that it purchased in 2018. Texture, which remains to be had through the App Store, offers to get admission to over 200 famous magazines like People, The New Yorker, Time, National Geographic, Shape, Newsweek, and extra, fascinated by a $nine.99 in keeping with a monthly rate.
It’s probably Apple’s built-in Apple News magazine subscription service that may be priced similarly, with clients capable of signing up in the Apple News app and paying through general iTunes billing.
Apple is also operating on incorporating news subscription options into Apple News. However, the pricing and full information on how the carrier works continue to be uncertain. Apple is probably making plans to provide paywalled information and mag get entry to one month-to-month charge, even though a few news websites are not on board.