The New York Times, a recognized publisher for Apple. New York Times announced today, that they no longer publish articles in the Apple news app. Making it one of the largest publishers to end its deal with Apple.
While Apple is offering its users, to get monthly subscriptions from reading extra magazines of the publishers. Apple is in a tough place to sign up with the publishers, including the Times. Apple used to cost $9.99 per month, for subscribing to the news app and offers access to a variety of magazines and newspapers including The Wall Street Journal, the Los Angeles Times, The New Yorker, Wired, and more.
Apple News works differently than most other news aggregators: the top articles are curated by a team of human reporters. Not algorithms and Apple is strict about what news sources it allows into the app. Earlier this year they found around 125 million daily users. But they not yet declared the official amount of how many subscribers pay for the premium Apple News Plus Service.
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