While it is no news itself that iPhone users outside the US are oblivious of the fact that Apple has a dedicated news application Incorporated with iOS platform. However, it is pertinent to state that people in the category in the first sentence are not totally to be blamed as the Apple News App may not appear on their Apple devices home screen if they reside in countries or regions outside the United States due to regional restrictions.

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Also, some iOS users in other regions outside the USA may , however, be aware of the Apple News App but can’t seem to get it on their home screen, App store, or anywhere.

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Today, TechProducts brings to you how to get the Apple News App on your iOS device without being in the United States.

Enabling/Getting the News app

To do this, you have to make your iPhone believe or think that you are actually staying in the US.

1. Go to Settings > General > Language & Region.


2. Tap Region, scroll down to United States on the list and select.


3. Hit “Done” on the top-right corner and tap “Continue” to confirm your selection.

4. Your homescreen should now display the News icon. Along with this, Wallet is also enabled.

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If you’re still unable to find the News App, a simple device reboot should do the magic. You can also try out this trick on any of your iOS/Apple devices; iPad, iPod.

Any other Android, Windows or iOS tricks or How-to you would really love to know? Feel free to request for any in the comment box. You can also let us know what you think about this post with the reaction buttons/smileys too *winks*