How to access the Apple News app in iOS 9 beta 3 outside the U.S.

Yesterday Apple released iOS 9 beta 3 which comes with number of new features and new Apple News App that was introduced at the last WWDC. The app is officially available only in the U.S. for now, but with a few simple steps, you’ll be able to access it in other countries, too. Here’s how.

Obviously, the first thing you need is to make sure that your iPhone is running on iOS 9 beta 3 in order to start enjoying Apple News application.

To change the region, open up the Settings app, tap General, tap Language & Region, and then change the Region option to United States. Finally, restart your device so that the changes take affect.
Once your device has booted back up, you should see the News app on its home screen, and you’ll be able to enjoy all of its features just like a U.S. user.

Bear in mind that you’ll need to keep your device on this region for the time being, because switching it back will remove the News app again. However, we expect Apple to bring News to other countries with upcoming betas, so we should have to wait too long for it to appear elsewhere.

[via Cult of Mac]

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