Apple News launched last year in i OS 9, and despite my early enthusiasm, I found the experience at launch to be deeply flawed and disappointing.
However, in the past twelve months I have been pleasantly surprised by a number of improvements that Apple has made to News.
To me, this is vital to any news app, website, or service – I don't just want to read interesting articles that I might like, I want to know the most important of those stories.
It appears that Apple quickly recognized this flaw in Apple News because even as I published that review they had already begun hiring journalists.
News postings appear in the News widget on the Course Home page, the first page that students see when they enter the course.
In addition, students can subscribe to News updates through email notifications, text-message notifications, or an RSS feed.
This is a free service we are offering with no strings attached.
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If your phone can’t do an app update the first thing you should check is if your phone is connected to the Internet.
But since installing the i OS 10 beta in late June I decided to give News another go, and this time, I'm finding it both enjoyable and useful.
Arguably the most frustrating part of For You is the fact you never get a good sense of what the big stories of the day are.