Apple’s revamped Apple News service is ready for its debut, Apple’s CEO Tim Cook said Wednesday, adding that it was ready to roll out to the masses on iPhones and iPads.
The company also said it would continue to support the app for existing users, and it is now available for Apple’s iPhone and iPad.
Cook was on stage during Apple’s WWDC keynote, and he was asked about the new Apple app.
The app will launch on iPhones, iPads and Macs later this month, Cook said, and the company said that it will be compatible with other iOS devices.
Apple said it has received a large number of requests from users to extend the Apple News functionality beyond existing Apple News features.
“We’ve received a ton of requests, and we’ll do our best to accommodate them,” Cook said.
“The app itself will be more accessible than ever, and will be a great way to keep in touch with friends and family.”
The app includes an updated interface and new features, including a new feed called Apple News on the home screen.
It also has an updated photo and video editor, new features for searching for a story, and more.
The service will launch with a few news articles, but Cook said Apple is aiming to roll it out across the entire ecosystem of Apple News.
“When it comes to the news, the app itself is a huge part of it,” Cook told the audience.
“There’s no other way to express what you’re interested in in news, and I think that’s going to be really good.”
The company has also revamped its News app for iOS, which it launched earlier this year.
It has an all-new user interface, with a clean design and a new tabbed interface that allows users to quickly jump between topics.
The new interface also includes an expanded feature for adding a photo or video to a story.
Apple has also said that the app will not be available to people who already have the Apple ID and password for the Apple Watch, which was the only way to access the Apple news app.
Apple also introduced a new feature called “Apple News Now,” which allows users and their friends to send and receive Apple News messages and events.
The feature will launch next month on iOS devices and on Macs.
Apple’s latest version of Apple’s News app also includes new features such as “new stories and photos,” and it also includes “new features to improve your reading experience.”
The new News app will be available on iPhone and Mac computers and is available now on the App Store.