It hasn't even been a year since the $10 per month Apple News+ service launched in the US, UK, Australia and Canada and already its head of business Liz Schimel is out. Schimel was president of international business at magazine publisher Conde Nast prior to joining Apple in 2018. At Apple, Schimel oversaw relationships with advertisers and news publishers.
Apple News Magazines
The Apple story is now more about Services revenue and less about iPhone sales that are continuing to decline. In recognition of that trend, Apple today issued a press release announcing that 2019 was the biggest year for the Services segment in its history. The company provided other numbers that paint the Services business in favorable light.
We're following along live with Apple's 'It's show time' media event, and Tim Cook has just made the first big announcement: Apple News+.
As Apple is prepping to launch subscriptions in the News app, one developer took and shared a few screenshots showing the upcoming subscription service in the News app for Mac.
The iOS 12.2 beta includes a previously unseen landing page for a new digital subscription feature within the stock News app, called Apple News Magazines.