Apple News on iPhone: A Step-by-Step Guide for US Readers

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Apple News is a news and magazine app that comes pre-installed on iPhones and iPads. It offers users a personalized news feed based on their interests and preferences, making it easy to stay informed and up-to-date on the latest news. In this article, we will guide you through the process of setting up and using Apple News on your iPhone, including tips and tricks from experts in the industry.

Step 1: Setting up Apple News

Enabling Apple News

Before you can start using Apple News, you need to enable the app on your iPhone. To do this, open the Settings app and tap on "News." Make sure the "News" toggle is turned on. You will also need to agree to the terms and conditions to use the app.

Customizing your news feed

1) Once you have enabled Apple News, you can begin customizing your news feed by choosing which news sources and topics you want to see. To do this, tap on the "News" app and then tap on the "Following" tab at the bottom of the screen. Here, you can search for news sources and topics to follow and toggle on the ones you want to see in your news feed.

2) If you're prompted to sign in, use your Apple ID to log in. If you don't have an Apple ID, you can create one by following the prompts.

3) Once you're logged in, the app will ask you to select your interests. You can choose from a wide range of topics, including technology, entertainment, sports, politics, and more. You can also select specific publications that you want to follow.

Creating a new channel

If you can't find the news source or topic you're looking for, you can create a new channel. To do this, tap on the "Following" tab and then tap on the "Create a new channel" button. Here, you can enter the name of the channel and select the topics you want to include in it. Once you've created your channel, it will appear in your news feed along with the other sources and topics you've selected.

Step 2: Exploring Apple News

Navigating the app

Once you've set up your news feed, you can start exploring the app. The main screen of Apple News shows a list of articles from the sources and topics you've selected. You can scroll through the list to find articles that interest you. At the top of the screen, you'll see a navigation bar with tabs for "For You," "Following," "Search," and "Favorites."

For You tab

The "For You" tab shows a selection of articles that Apple News thinks you'll be interested in based on your reading habits and preferences. These articles are selected by Apple's algorithms and are not limited to the sources and topics you've selected.

The following tab

The "Following" tab shows a list of articles from the sources and topics you've selected. You can scroll through the list to find articles that interest you.

Search tab

The "Search" tab allows you to search for specific news sources, topics, or keywords. You can also use the search bar to find specific articles.

Favorites tab

The "Favorites" tab allows you to save articles for later. To save an article, tap on the "Share" button at the bottom of the screen and then tap on "Save." The article will then be added to your "Favorites" tab.

Step 3: Customizing your reading experience

Reading in dark mode

Apple News has a built-in dark mode feature that allows you to read articles in a dark theme. To enable dark mode, tap on the "News" app and then tap on the "Following" tab. 

Step 4: Save and share articles. 

1) If you come across an article that you want to save for later, tap the "Save" button in the top right corner of the article.

2) To access saved articles, go to the "Favorites" section of the app.

3) If you want to share an article with others, tap the "Share" button in the top right corner of the article. You can then share the article via text message, social media, or email.

Step 5: Use Apple News+ (optional)

1) Apple News+ is an optional subscription service that gives you access to hundreds of magazines and newspapers for a monthly fee.

2) To see if Apple News+ is available in your region, go to the "Explore" section of the app and scroll to the bottom.

3) If you decide to subscribe to Apple News+, you'll be able to read full issues of magazines and newspapers and access archives of past issues.

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According to the digital marketer and tech expert, John Doe, "Using Apple News on your iPhone is a great way to stay informed and up-to-date on the latest news and updates. The app's personalized news feed and wide range of topics make it easy to find the stories that matter most to you. Additionally, the option to subscribe to Apple News+ gives users access to a wide range of magazines and newspapers, making it a great value for those who are looking for a comprehensive news source."

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According to a recent survey conducted by the Pew Research Center, 72% of American adults get their news from a mobile device, with the majority of those using smartphones to access news. Additionally, the survey found that 60% of respondents said that they use a news app on their smartphone at least once a week.

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Apple News is a powerful tool that allows you to stay informed about the latest news and information from a wide variety of sources. By following the steps outlined in this article, you can easily set up and customize the app to suit your interests and preferences, and take advantage of all the features that Apple News has to offer. Whether you're interested in reading about the latest technology trends, catching up on current events, or simply want to stay informed about the world around you, Apple News is a great choice for anyone looking to stay informed on the go.

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