Introducing Apple News+
Everything you love about News. Plus.

Hundreds of the world’s leading newspapers and magazines One subscription.

Expanded coverage.
From cover to cover to cover.

Dive into your own personal newsagency, with unlimited access to the world’s leading newspapers and magazines. Flip through current and past issues as covers and layouts come alive in beautiful new ways.** Download a magazine or save a recommended article to read on the go. And continue to enjoy all the amazing features of Apple News — all for one great price.

Read magazines like never before.

Swipe from animated covers to richly redesigned articles.

Top magazines from Australia and around the world, including:


  • The Australian Women’s Weekly
  • Rolling Stone
  • Variety
  • Billboard
  • The Hollywood Reporter
  • Empire
  • Mojo
  • Hello!

Style and Beauty

  • Vogue Australia
  • Harper’s BAZAAR Australia
  • GQ Australia
  • ELLE


  • delicious.
  • Super Food Ideas
  • Saveur
  • Wine Enthusiast

Science and Tech

  • Scientific American
  • National Geographic
  • Macworld
  • Popular Mechanics
  • Popular Science
  • Australian Geographic

Home and Garden

  • Vogue Living Australia
  • Belle
  • Inside Out

Health and Fitness

  • WellBeing
  • Australian Men’s Health
  • Australian Women’s Health

Business and Politics

  • Fast Company
  • The Atlantic
  • Businessweek
  • Forbes
  • Newsweek

Leading local and international newspapers

Stay up to date with full access to the world’s best journalism.

The Australian

Enjoy detailed coverage of the latest national news.

The Wall Street Journal

Get the day’s most important international business and financial news.

Family Sharing

Access for up to six family members.

Read on the go

Current issues of your favourite magazines are automatically downloaded.

Start your free one-month trial.

Auto-renews after trial. Cancel at any time.

News everyone is free to enjoy.

With or without Apple News+, you’ll always enjoy editor-curated coverage of current events, an expansive personalised newsfeed, immersive videos and breaking news notifications. All to help keep you on top of the stories you’re following — across your devices.

Curated by world-class editors.

Apple News editors hand-pick the best stories and deliver them straight to you. These must-reads include everything from the latest headlines to in-depth special-interest pieces. Apple News+ subscribers can also unlock premium article and magazine selections.

Personalised to your interests.

As you read, Apple News gets a better read on your interests, then suggests stories relevant to you. Quickly scan recommendations throughout your Today feed. These updates include full magazine issues for Apple News+ subscribers.

Designed for iPhone, iPad and Mac.

Enjoy articles with vivid photography and animation. And take a deep dive into today’s hot topics — with full versions of your favourite magazines — on Apple News+. Dynamic covers and layouts optimised for iPhone, iPad and Mac come to life with every swipe.

Committed to your privacy.

Apple News uses on-device intelligence to recommend stories and accesses your information only with your permission, never sharing it with others. And we don’t allow advertisers and publishers to track you — so only you know what you’ve read.

News. News+.
Read all about it.

Always free

A$14.99 per month after one‑month free trial*

The best news sources, all in one place

Top stories hand-picked by our editors

Personalised recommendations

Breaking news notifications

Private and secure reading


Apple News

Apple News+

The best news sources, all in one place

Top stories hand-picked by our editors

Personalised recommendations

Breaking news notifications

Private and secure reading

Hundreds of magazines and leading newspapers

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Cover-to-cover magazines

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Online and offline reading across your devices

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Access for up to six family members

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Working with Apple News.

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