Today marks a new chapter. Introducing the AppleMagazine app for iOS, transforming the landscape, and offering exciting new ways to stay updated on the latest consumer-tech news. Elegantly designed and highly interactive, it’s now available on the Apple App Store.
INTRODUCING THE APPLE MAGAZINE APP
The chances are that AppleMagazine is not new to you - after all, you’re reading our 501st edition right now! For close to a decade, we’ve been at the cutting-edge of technology and entertainment journalism, keeping millions of readers up-to-date on the latest goings-on, not only from Apple, but other technology brands, as well as covering major industry stories like the Huawei ban, global chip shortage, and of course, the impact COVID-19 has had on the way we live and work. Although our magazine has been available from a number of popular, well-respected newsstands since our inception, we realized that it was time to offer a more personalized and controlled experience for modern, on-the-go consumers. And that’s how the all-new AppleMagazine app, available exclusively on iOS and iPadOS, was born. Our weekly publication is jam-packed with news, stories, reviews, and content covering the latest in the world of Apple - nothing will change there. But what does change is where and how you access AppleMagazine; for the first time, our dedicated app will be your first port of call.
For more than a year, we’ve been working hard behind the scenes with a team of designers and app developers to introduce a new concept of light, intelligent, innovative reading, in partnership with our partners at PublishChannel. Together, we have engineered a new concept of light, intelligent, innovative reading, with a user interface that just works. Inspired by ten years of AppleMagazine and built using the latest iOS design guidelines, icons, and elements, we’ve built a new platform that’s as natural, simple, and intuitive as possible; the idea is to open our app for the first time and feel like you’ve been using it for years. Elegantly designed and highly interactive, the new AppleMagazine app will keep you updated on Apple and its cultural influence, all in one place, and only one tap away. Whether you’re enjoying your first cup of coffee on a Sunday morning, or you’re on a business trip traveling on a Boeing 737 with colleagues, AppleMagazine will be there in your palms, instantly accessible on your iPhone, iPad, and of course via AppleMagazine.com. Our exclusive design offers a state-of-the-art user interface, highly interactive with engaging active links to web content, video platforms, native apps, podcasts, and everything online.
ELEVATING THE DIGITAL MAGAZINE EXPERIENCE
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