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Apple expected to launch news subscriptions by early 2019

5 monthes ago   |   By VentureBeat

Following its acquisition of all-you-can-read magazine service Texture in March, Apple is planning to launch a news subscription service, Bloomberg reports today. The service is expected within a year, placing the launch somewhere between the annual SXSW and WWDC events, if not sooner. According to the report, Apple laid off around 20 of Texture...
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After Texture Acquisition, Apple's Prepping News Subscription Service

After Texture Acquisition, Apple's Prepping News Subscription Service

5 monthes ago   |   By App Advice

A new premium Apple news subscription service could launch in the next year, according to Bloomberg .
Integrating the current Apple News app and recently acquired Texture service, the new Apple news subscription service would give magazine publishers a slice of the revenue.
As Bloomberg explains:
A new, simplified subscription service covering multiple publications could spur Apple News usage and generate new revenue in a similar manner to the $9.99 per month Apple Music offering. That streaming service was also built through an acquisition: Apple bought Beats Music and the Beats audio...
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Apple Could Be Considering Launching News Subscription Service

Apple Could Be Considering Launching News Subscription Service

5 monthes ago   |   By Ubergizmo

As it stands Apple News is more like a collection of various articles pulled from various publications. However last month Apple announced and confirmed that they had acquired Texture , which many consider to be the Netflix for magazines where users paid a fix amount for unlimited access to magazines. Now according to a report from Bloomberg , Apple is looking to leverage their latest acquisition by integrating it into Apple News. The end result is a news subscription service that would be similar to what Apple has done for Apple Music, except for news. Some analysts in the past have...
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Apple Expected to Launch Subscription News Service Within Next Year Following Texture Acquisition

Apple Expected to Launch Subscription News Service Within Next Year Following Texture Acquisition

5 monthes ago   |   By Mac Rumors

Apple plans to offer a subscription-based news service within the next year, according to Mark Gurman, reporting for Bloomberg News .
The service will be based on subscription-based digital magazine app Texture , which is expected to be integrated into the Apple News app on iPhone and iPad, pending approval of Apple's agreement to acquire the company .
Texture provides unlimited access to over 200 digital magazines for $9.99 per month. Available magazine titles include People, Vogue, Rolling Stone, National Geographic, GQ, Sports Illustrated, Wired, Maxim, Men's Health, GQ, Bloomberg...
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Report: Apple to launch premium magazine and news subscription service within a year

Report: Apple to launch premium magazine and news subscription service within a year

5 monthes ago   |   By 9to5Mac

According to a new report from Bloomberg , Apple will utilize its acquisition of Texture to launch its own paid subscription service, incorporating magazines from a variety of publishers.
The new service would be exposed to customers through an upgraded Apple News app, mirroring Apple's integration of its $9.99 Apple Music subscription inside the Music app.
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