Apple officially announced that Apple News Plus will be now available in the UK and in Australia. It will cost £9.99 a month in the UK and $14.99 a month in Australia opening up access to over 150 publications in the UK and ‘hundreds of titles’ in Australia at launch. Moreover, Apple users can access current and past issues from UK-centric magazines and newspapers such as The Times, Esquire, Empire, Hello!, Cyclist and Grazia.
In Australia, Apple is promoting local publications including The Australian, The Daily Telegraph, Herald Sun, The Courier-Mail, The Advertiser, Vogue, The Australian Women’s Weekly and Harper’s Bazaar Australia. Apple News Plus is available in the United States and Canada since March that was basically designed to present magazine and news content in a media-rich format on the iPhone devices. Further, Apple said that Apple News+ would come to the UK and Australia as part of iOS 13, though it is also available for those using iOS 12.2 or later and those using macOS 10.14.4 and later.
The UK and Australian release of Apple News Plus service will provide readers the same upgraded Apple News experience comprehensive with richly designed layouts, animated magazine covers, vivid photography and bold typography optimized for iPhone devices. The users of the United Kingdom can start using the Apple News Plus service by visiting the News+ tab in the Apple News App on their iPhone or iPad.