Apple is reportedly readying a monthly subscription service for news (AAPL)

Credit: Business Insider- Published on April 17, 2018
· *Apple is planning to launch a premium subscription for news, Bloomberg reported. *
· *Last month, it bought Texture, a magazine subscription service that cost $9.99 per month.*
· *The Apple News subscription could look a lot like Apple's streaming music service, Apple Music.*



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