Apple News debuts a guide to the 2020 Democrat hopefuls

The guide aims to provide fair and balanced information about the

Apple News debuts a guide to the 2020 Democrat hopefuls

Curated via Twitter from Engadget’s twitter account….

For Apple, the project certainly puts the company in a strong position — in a period where fake news and sensationalist headlines are rife, a go-to guide will be a boon for those looking to understand the political landscape in a balanced way.

The guide won’t simply be a hodgepodge of random headlines, but rather curated specifically by a team of Apple news editors, and as candidates drop out of the race, the guide will evolve to give more coverage to those still in the running.

The app is free, although some news articles within the guides will sit behind paywalls — readers can access these via Apple’s News+ service, which costs $10 a month and provides access to 300 magazines and newspapers.

The guide contains facts, biographies and candidate positions on key issues, and will be supplied with what Apple says is "timely, trusted and comprehensive" information about those taking part, via providers such as CNN, Axios and The New York Times.

According to Apple, the 2020 Democratic field is "complex," and the guide will act as a "robust and reliable resource" for readers.

The curated guide will be a 'robust and reliable' resource for readers.

The curated guide will be a 'robust and reliable' resource for readers.

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