It looks like Apple has their first high-profile newspaper subscription since the launch of The Daily, with The New York Times switching their apps to a paid model effective March 28, complete with the option to subscribe via in-app purchase and presumably give Apple their 30 percent slice of the pie.
Announced last week, Apple’s new policies for subscription billing appear to have raised the hackles of publishers more than it’s made them happy -- and questions remain as to exactly who is going to have to use the option in the first place.
The ink has barely dried on Apple's new App Store subscription feature, one that will allow for magazines, newspapers and other publishers to off varying length subscriptions to users of iOS devices. However, according to various law professors, the new policy has the potential to catch some antitrust flack.
If you’ve been waiting for iPad subscriptions to arrive, you may not have to wait much longer -- Apple and News Corp. have sent invitations for select members of the media to join them next Wednesday as they unveil their iPad-only digital newspaper, The Daily.
If you like thought-provoking articles in the same publication as nekkid lady parts, you’re probably a Playboy reader. If you also happen to own an iPad, you may soon be able to get these two great tastes to go great together.
News Corp.’s fabled iPad-only news publication The Daily hasn’t even seen the light of day yet, but that hasn’t stopped the tech world from probing to find out more information on just how the publisher and Apple plan to handle magazine subscriptions on the new venture.
It’s already one of the worst-kept secrets in tech -- News Corp. titan Rupert Murdoch has an iPad-only newspaper coming called The Daily. A January 19 date had been set to launch the new offering, but it now appears that will be delayed a bit.
We brought it to you yesterday about something being in the air as far as a potential collaboration between News Corp and Apple in regard to a iPad news app. This seems to be gaining some traction as a new report has the app set to be revealed on December 9.
Netflix has let the lid off of a bit of good news and a minor amount of bad news this morning. The good news is that the media giant has finally made an unlimited streaming-only subscription option available to the media hungry masses for $7.99 a month. And now the bad news: for those of you who want their unlimited streaming cake but also wish to feed their DVD players too, the monthly cost of a combined streaming and rent-by-mail subscription is going up.