Apple's magazine and newspaper subscription service has been meet with criticism following its March debut. Despite providing an all-you-can-eat access to more than 300 digital publications for just ten bucks per month, people scoffed at its sloppy user interface and visual inconsistencies. Apple has fixed some of those pain points with iOS 12.3 and macOS 10.14.5, issuing a press release today to tell the world about the fixes like a much-needed Follow button.
Who said people no longer read magazines? According to the figures revealed in a recent report by The New York Times, more than 200,000 people subscribed to the $10 per month Apple News+ service in its first 48 hours, which is more than Texture had amassed at its peak.
The Texture magazine subscription service announced today it will be discontinuing service next month on May 28 following launch of the new Apple News+ subscription service, which offers access to 300+ magazines and a few select newspapers for $10 per month.