To see what magazines are included with Apple News+ before you subscribe, go to the News+ tab on iPhone or iPod touch. On your iPad or Mac, go to News+ in the sidebar. Then tap or click Browse the Catalog at the top of the screen.
Apple News+ is available only in Australia, Canada, the United Kingdom, and the United States. If you don't subscribe to Apple News+, you can still read the latest headlines and other stories in the News app.
After you subscribe to Apple News+, you can also access premium content from some newspaper publishers.
Apple News availability and features might vary by country and region. Learn what's available in your country or region.
Open the News app, then:
- On your iPhone or iPod touch, tap News+ at the bottom of the screen.
- On your iPad or Mac, tap or click News+ in the sidebar. If you don't see the sidebar, tap or click the sidebar button .
You can find the latest full issues of magazines that you follow and read featured stories in the News+ feed. To see all of the available publications or to browse by category, tap or click Browse the Catalog or a category at the top of the page.
Tap or click any issue to open it, and swipe or scroll to read through the issue.
If you want to go directly to a certain story or page, tap or click the small cover button in the lower-left corner to open the table of contents. Swipe or scroll to find the page or story that you want to go to, then tap or click it.
To read available back issues of a publication, search for the publication in the Following tab or sidebar, then tap or click it. You'll see recent issues at the top of the feed. Swipe left to browse available back issues.
You can follow a magazine's channel to get the latest issues automatically. Here's how:
- On your iPhone or iPod touch, tap the News+ tab, browse for a magazine in the categories at the top of the tab, then tap the FOLLOW button below the cover of the magazine. Or tap the Following tab, search for a magazine, then tap the Follow button next to the magazine.
- On your iPad or Mac, tap or click News+ in the sidebar, browse for a magazine in the categories at the top of the feed, then tap or click the FOLLOW button below the cover of the magazine. Or search for a magazine, then tap or click the Follow button next to the magazine.
You can also follow a magazine's channel while reading an issue. Just tap or click the Share button in the upper-right corner, then choose Follow Channel.
After you follow a magazine, find new and recent issues in My Magazines in the News+ feed. New issues will automatically appear in My Magazines as they become available.
Manage downloaded issues
New issues of magazines that you follow automatically download to your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, or Mac* when you're connected to Wi-Fi and have enough storage space. These issues delete themselves after 30 days (or sooner if storage space is limited).
You can also delete indvidual issues or delete all issues.
*On your Mac, the News app needs to be open in order for new issues of magazines to automatically download.
Delete individual issues
- On your iPhone or iPod touch, tap the News+ tab. On your iPad or Mac, tap or click News+ in the sidebar.
- Go to My Magazines, then tap or click under the issue that you want to remove.
- Tap or click Remove.
- Tap or click Remove Download or Remove from My Magazines.
Delete all issues
After you complete these steps, your downloaded issues are deleted along with your reading history and the information News uses to make recommendations.
To delete all issues:
- On your iPhone or iPod touch, tap Following, then tap History > Clear > Clear All.
- On your iPad, tap History in the sidebar, tap Clear, then tap Clear All.
- On your Mac, click News in the menu bar at the top of your screen, then choose Clear History > Clear All.
- If you don't subscribe to Apple News+, you can read the latest headlines and stories in the News app. If you're an Apple News+ subscriber, you might also see some premium content in the Today tab.
- Apple News+ is a subscription that you can view or cancel at any time.
- If you're using Family Sharing and someone in your family group subscribes, you'll see a message that you have access to the subscription when you open the News app.