We have been playing around with iOS 9 for a while now, in fact right since the day Apple released the Public Beta. While there are not a lot of glaring changes other than a few things here and there such as new multi tasking layout, the new power saving mode, a slightly revamped Notification Center, an updated font and a new improved Spotlight Search, there is an interesting app which threatens the way we consume content on our iPhones.
So far, the likes of Flipboard, Zite and Feedly were our go to apps when it comes to consuming feeds or news on our Apple devices. However, with iOS 9, Apple introduced a new application called News using which you would be able to cherry pick your content providers as well as the genre and have the news delivered to your device as well as on your E-mail as you wish. The major downside of the application is that it is available only for those in the United States, at least while it is in Beta stage and as a result those outside the region do not get the application by default when installing iOS 9. With a quick work around, you can get Apple News on your device, just follwo the steps below.
Go to the Settings app on your springboard of the device.
In the Settings app, look for the option called General.
Under General, click on Language & Region
Here you need to select the region as United States. This will only work if you have installed iOS 9 via the Developer Preview account or via Apple’s Beta Program, so make sure you have done that.
Once you do that, simply come to the springboard and restart your iPhone/ iPad. After restarting, you will see the news application on your springboard. Tap on it, select the feeds that you wish to use and get started with Apple News on your device.