The Cupertino company now offers access to a variety of news services through its Apple News app, however, many of these require individual subscriptions.
Apple did not respond to request a comment on the report.
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The tech giant is planning to launch a monthly subscription service that would give users access to magazine content, Bloomberg is reporting, citing people who claim to have knowledge of the plans. In 2014, Apple spent $3 billion for Beats to jump-start its music services, and $15 million for BookLamp, which was then touted as a "Pandora for books".
Now costing $9.99 a month, the service will eventually be managed by Apple's own news team.
Apple's services business is orders of magnitude smaller than its hardware business, but the company has had success with its Apple Music service, which now boasts almost 40 million subscribers. Services revenue grew 23% to $30B in FY17, but execs have a goal of $50B by 2021. During a recent earnings conference call, Apple told analysts it had a total of 240 million paid subscriptions, with 58 percent year-over-year growth.
Which makes sense when you think about it. Apple already makes a decent slice of cash by selling music and video on iTunes, alongside subscriptions for Apple Music, so it makes sense that it would want to expand that to other areas. Users can also subscribe for free to content to always see the latest from a respective publication. Texture previously had about 100 staff members. Will those publishers be okay with whatever revenue share arrangements they worked out when it was an industry effort - and when it reached a much smaller market than "preinstalled on every iPhone and iPad"? The company also laid off 20 former Texture employees after its acquisition, according to Bloomberg.