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With an Apple News+ subscription, you get full access to hundreds of the world’s best magazines and newspapers. The magazines included cover a wide range of interests, from food to fashion to politics and much more, with current and past issues available cover to cover. Newspapers include leading titles such as The Wall Street Journal and the Los Angeles Times. Subscribers also receive access to audio stories — professionally narrated versions of some of the best stories available in Apple News+.