Apple's upcoming iPhone update, iOS 13.3, does not add as many new features as iOS 13.1 or 13.2, but there is one change under the radar that you will love if you use Apple News daily.  To help Apple News adjust its feed to you for what you do and do not want to see, you should like articles or not. If you like an article or give a thumb-up, News will present similar stories in the future. Likewise, if you don't like an article or do a thumb-down, News will avoid suggesting content like this.
The News app in iOS 13.3 now makes it easier to like and hate content. In earlier iOS 13 versions, the only way to get the thumb up or down in an article was to hit the Share button (also called Action). On the action sheet, select "More proposals like this" or "Less proposals like this". You can also go back to the main feed to hold down or swipe to view and select the thumbs.
But now the thumb up and thumb down icons are in the bottom menu bar of each article, so you no longer have to open the worksheet first.
What's funny is that Apple used to have heart and crossed out icons to love or hate articles without problems. However, it removed the options in iOS 12.2. So for about eight months, the only way to like or dislike News Articles in iOS 12.2 through iOS 13.2.3 was to do what was mentioned above – either from the action sheet or main feed. Very difficult, to say the least.
Apple has the & # 39; Next & # 39; in news articles also changed to a simple arrow icon, and there is now also a back arrow button if you would rather have buttons than browse stories. If you want to try out the newest feature of News yourself, you must download and install the beta version of iOS 13.3. Otherwise you have to wait for Apple to release the software to the public on a date and time that is currently a mystery.