Cancel your Apple News+ subscription quickly and smoothly
Apple News+ is a mobile app and news aggregator developed by Apple Inc. that allows its subscribers access to hundreds of magazines and newspapers. The magazine app Texture (previously known as Next Issue) was purchased by Apple in 2018 and was shut down by the company in 2019 in favor of Apple News+.
How to cancel Apple News+
If your Apple News+ subscription no longer scratches your magazine itch, we will take you through a few simple ways to cancel it:
Can you cancel with
|Yes / No
iPhone or iPad app
|Mac Store app
Cancel Apple News+ via your iPhone or iPad app
- Open the Settings app on your iPhone or iPad
- Tap on your name
- Click on Subscriptions (if you don't see Subscriptions, tap on iTunes & App Store instead and sign in, then scroll down to Subscriptions)
- Select the subscription you would like to cancel, or in this case, Apple News+
- Click on Cancel Subscription. If there is no such option, this means that the subscription is already canceled
Cancel Apple News+ via the app on your Mac
- Open the Apple News+ app on your Mac device
- Go to File
- Select Manage Subscriptions
- Next to your Apple News+ subscription, click on Edit
- Click on Cancel Free Trial/Cancel Subscription button to confirm
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- Log in via your
- Select Find Hidden Money
- Type in “Apple News+”
- Wait for our confirmation email
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What are the best alternatives to Apple News+?
You love staying in touch with world affairs and global trends; there is nothing more relaxing for you than flicking through the pages of a magazine. Thanks to technology, you can now browse hundreds of different magazines for a single monthly fee. Other than Apple News+, there are several other popular subscription services offering a variety of mainstream magazines on a digital platform. See how they compare:
Does Apple News+ offer a free trial?
Yes, you can sign up for Apple News+ and try it out for free for 30 days. Apple states that your subscription plan will automatically renew after the trial ends unless you cancel it beforehand.
Will Apple News+ let me pause my subscription instead of canceling?
No, there is no option to pause your subscription. The good news is that you can share the app with up to six family members, so even if you won’t be using the app for some time, your other family members might be able to enjoy it.
Does Apple News+ prorate their cancelations?
No. Nonetheless, if you’re canceling Apple News+ after you’ve already been billed, you will be able to use it for the remaining time that you paid for. Note that if you cancel your free trial before the entire month expires, you will lose access to the subscription service immediately. In both cases, once your subscription is canceled, you will lose access to all of your saved articles.
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