Apple News Introduces 2018 Midterm Elections Section

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Everyday Apple has something in a dish that they love to serve their users, no matter it is related to the technology or any other part. Recently, the tech giant has come up with the important announcement related to their Apple News App. Apple is offering “2018 Midterm Elections Section” to provide trustworthy information as well as analysis from a diverse set of publishers. Apple latest section in the app highlights the face-based stories that everyone will enjoy with their tea or coffee.

Apple says, “Human curation is not a new direction for Apple News; however, describing it as a “guiding principle” since it has been launched.”

As per the information of the source, the tech giant is publishing news instead of producing it from the publications like the Axios, The Washington Post, Politico and many more. Apart from all these things, the tech giant added that it would present coverage from Vox, Fox News.

The new elections section will help a reader to follow the updated as well as latest news with exclusive and breaking news related to the elections. The latest Apple feature is live in the United States and will be available till the end of the election in the month of November. If you are political enthusiasts and casual reader, then the section might help you curated by Apple News editors.

Editor-in-chief of Apple News, Lauren Kern said, “Today more than ever people want information from reliable sources, especially when it comes to making voting decisions.” Further, Kern added, “An election is not just a contest; it should raise conversations and spark national discourse. By presenting quality news from trustworthy sources and curating a diverse range of opinions, Apple News aims to be a responsible steward of those conversations and help readers understand the candidates and the issues.”

Apple said in the statement that the latest section will be available through the top stories as well as the Spotlight tabs and it is prominently displayed in a banner at the top of the Apple News app.