“Yesterday, Apple released the first beta of iOS 12.2 for developers,” Guilherme Rambo writes for 9to5Mac. “We noticed right away that this release included new features related to Apple’s new magazines subscription service.”
“Today, we’ve been able to activate the landing page for this new service on Apple News running on iOS 12.2,” Rambo writes. “It looks like the subscription service will be called ‘Apple News Magazines’ and it will be associated to the user’s iTunes Store account, just like Apple Music.”
Rambo writes, “There are many mentions of ‘bundle subscription’ in this beta, which makes us believe this can be a part of Apple’s plan to release an all-in-one media subscription which will include Apple Music, TV shows and magazines.”
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MacDailyNews Take: Looks like Apple’s Texture relaunch is right on schedule!
Apple to relaunch Texture magazine subscription service as soon as spring 2019 – December 12, 2018
Apple to shut down Texture’s Windows app in July – May 4, 2018
Apple is rumored to be eying Condé Nast acquisition – May 1, 2018
Amazon considered buying Texture before Apple bit – March 13, 2018
Apple pushes deeper into news – March 13, 2018
Apple to acquire Next Issue Media and its digital magazine-subscription service Texture – March 12, 2018
This is pipelines newest great thing? What a waste and just a way to milk more money out of users. I give it two years before it’s abandoned.