Apple's upcoming iPhone update, iOS 13.3, does not offer as many new features as iOS 13.1 or 13.2, but there's a fundamental change you'll love when using Apple News every day.  For Apple News to tailor the feed to your needs, you must like or reject articles. If you like an article or turn an article upside down, messages will suggest similar stories in the future. If you reject or thumbs down an article, News will also avoid suggesting content like this one.
The News app in iOS 13.3 now makes it easy to like and decline content. In previous versions of iOS 13, the only way to move your thumb up or down was to click the Share button (also known as an action) in an article. On the action sheet, you would then choose either "Suggest more" or "Suggest less". You can also navigate back in the main feed to long press, or swipe your finger across the screen to see and select the thumbs.
Now thumbs up and thumbs down in the bottom menu bar of each item First, open the action sheet.
What's funny is that Apple used to have heart and crossed out heart symbols to effortlessly love or disapprove of articles. However, the options in iOS 12.2 have been removed. 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 the above actions – either through the action sheet or the main feed. Very impractical, to say the least.
Apple also changed the "Next" button in news articles to a simple arrow icon. There's also a back arrow button if you prefer buttons to wiping stories. If you'd like to try out the latest feature of News yourself, you'll need to download and install the beta version of iOS 13.3. Otherwise, you'll have to wait for Apple to release the software to the public at a time when it's a mystery.