The Daily iPhone news update email is one of the few newsletters that are available on the iPhone without the need to sign up. This newsletter brings together the best stories from reputable sources and can be delivered directly to your inbox. However, Apple News has problems monetizing its audience through advertisements. Luckily, Apple has taken some steps to help users unsubscribe from this newsletter. Here’s how. Read on to learn how you can opt out of this newsletter.
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Apple News will produce 20 new audio stories every week. The audio stories are narrated by professional voice actors. These stories aren’t original content, but they’re professionally produced versions of articles published in newspapers and magazines. If you’re an Apple News+ subscriber, you’ll be able to listen to this new format while driving. The audio stories will also be a feature of the new CarPlay app. The audio stories are only available to Apple News+ subscribers in the US.
You can choose to subscribe to Apple News for free, or upgrade to premium to get access to premium content. For free, you can subscribe to the newsletters of major newspapers in your region. The Los Angeles Times, the Sacramento Bee, the San Diego Union Tribune, the Houston Chronicle, the Kansas Star, and the Charlotte Observer are just a few of the local and national newspapers available in Apple News. These premium news sources are also available for download to your iPhone.