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Apple News Rolls Out Local News Coverage in Canada – MacRumors

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Apple News has rolled out local news coverage in Canada, according to Apple blogger and YouTuber Rene Ritchie. The first local news content will be available in Toronto and Montreal and will feature coverage from CTV News, Toronto Star, La Presse, Narcity, and other news outlets.

The move follows similar local news coverage expansions last October in the US, covering Charlotte, Miami, and Washington D.C. ‌Apple News‌ local coverage in the US can also be found in San Francisco, the Bay Area, New York, Houston, Los Angeles, San Diego, Sacramento, and San Antonio.
Apple News’ curated local news experience is now available in Canada, starting with: 🍁 Toronto: https://t.co/gCQjUaNgBa ⚜️ Montreal: https://t.co/LepOLr0LRN Includes CTV News, Toronto Star, La Presse, Narcity, etc 🗞 More cities: https://t.co/cwY3tGkUPL How do you like it? — Rene Ritchie (@reneritchie) February 24, 2022
Last month MacRumors found code in the first beta of iOS 15.4 that suggests Apple is planning to expand the sports content available in its ‌Apple News‌ app. To offer a more tailored news experience, users will be able to select their preferred sports leagues and their favorite teams, with Apple then providing the appropriate news.

Apple on May 16 released iOS 15.5 and iPadOS 15.5, bringing improvements for Podcasts and Apple Cash, the ability to see Wi-Fi signal of HomePods, dozens of security fixes, and more.
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