Apple News is an application that aggregates news and feature content from publishers, available on devices with iOS, macOS and watchOS operating systems. That’s Mac, iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch and Apple Watch.
Stories from publishers are presented in ‘Channels’ and in a stream of stories where all manner of publications sit side by side.
When a person opens Apple News, they are presented with a ‘Today’ view (define), containing a combination of Top Stories, Trending Stories and Top Videos – hand-picked by Apple News Editors – plus story suggestions from Siri (define). They’ll also find suggested stories based on topics and publications they are interested in. These recommendations are made by an Apple News algorithm.
The app is now available on around 1.4 billion devices around the world, and according to Apple’s CEO Tim Cook, some 5 billion articles are read on Apple News each month, by around 90 million active users in the UK, US, Australia and Canada.
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