Apple News Debuts Election Hub With Special Coverage Of Presidential Elections
By Thanussha Priyah, 04 Feb 2020
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Apple News has introduced a 2020 election hub to offer extensive coverage of the presidential election to users of different political backgrounds, inviting them to converge and stay ahead with political updates.
The feature provides live information, key stories, resources and candidates’ profiles. News stories, curated by Apple News, hail from reporting and analysis by ABC News, CBS News, CNN, Fox News, NBC News, ProPublica, Reuters, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, TIME, USA Today and more.
A resources section highlights various pressing issues including foreign affairs, trade, immigration, education, health care, and income inequality.
With the hub’s simple layout, users can conveniently look up the news section at the top, followed by the candidate profiles, and finally, the election issues at the bottom.
The next Democratic debate in New Hampshire on 7 February 2020 will be live-streamed on Apple News via ABC News. The debate will also be live-streamed directly on the Apple TV app on various devices.
iPhone, iPad and Mac users can head on over to the Today tab in the News app to look through the special 2020 election coverage.
The 2020 Iowa caucuses may just be the most competitive ever. While we wait to find out how the night will unfold, here’s a deeper dive on each of the candidates and where they stand on key issues: https://t.co/gY4OBHuVLv pic.twitter.com/S3YWSs4ODz— Apple News (@AppleNews) February 4, 2020
It’s primary season. Still trying to figure out which candidate is aligned with your views, or what it means when they’re talking about the wealth tax? Get caught up quickly with the most comprehensive resource to the 2020 election: https://t.co/N9twMZlczO pic.twitter.com/8oK0xiYc1z— Apple News (@AppleNews) February 3, 2020
Apple News calls its special 2020 presidential election coverage ‘the most comprehensive resource’ pic.twitter.com/usy6ZtSRwB— Mac Up2date Software (@Up2dateMac) February 3, 2020
[via Mashable, images via Apple]
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