In the new operating system iOS 9 place branded app from the Apple Newsstand is a new development in the style of the popular digital magazine Flipboard. Writes about this on Monday ReCode.
As reported by informed sources, the new news app will collect data from several partner services, including ESPN, the New York Times, Conde Nast and Hearst. Instead of separate Kiosk publishers will publish and distribute your content through the App Store, as all other application developers.
The Kiosk application was first introduced in iOS 5 in 2011. It provides access to Newspapers and magazines, which was signed by the owner of an iPhone or iPad. It is a universal place that contains all subscription content automatically loaded into the program.
According to the information resource, the publishers will get all the advertising revenue in the new Apple app, but subscriptions to the service will not touch it – the company will take the standard 30%. Observers assume that the program will debut in the new operating system iOS 9, the announcement of which will be launched at WWDC.
The Central theme developers conference Apple held annually by the company, in addition to the new version of the mobile platform iOS will be a future update desktop operating system OS X. This event, the launch of which is scheduled today at 20:00 Moscow time, Apple will be broadcast live.
Specifically, with regard to upcoming announcements, here Apple is unlikely to deviate from unwritten traditions and with high probability will tell the world community about the functional features of iOS 9 and OS X 10.11, as well as several new products. Among them will be Apple Music based Beats Music online streaming service play music. Insiders claim that a subscription to the upcoming launch will cost $10 monthly, and the first three months of service will be provided completely free of charge.
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