Anyone with an Apple TV+ trial subscription set to expire between February and June this year will still have free access until July.
Apple is once again extending the free period for its Apple TV+ 1-year trials given out with hardware until July 2021. With the latest announcement, anyone with an Apple TV+ trial subscription set to expire between Feb and June 2021 will instead expire in July this year, 9to5mac.com reports.
All free Apple TV+ subscribers will receive extended access at no cost until the end of July
It’s not the first time Apple extending the free period for the Apple TV+ trials
When Apple TV+ was launched in Nov 2019, Apple offered a one-year free trial to anyone who purchased a new Apple device (iPhone, Mac, iPad, iPod touch, or Apple TV) in or after September 2019.
Those free trials were set to expire in November 2020. However, in October last year, Apple announced that it was extending its Apple TV+ free trials through January 2021, pushing the first wave of its streaming service free trial renewals out to Feb 2021.
Now, with the second round of extensions, it appears all free Apple TV+ subscribers will receive extended access at no cost until the end of July.
According to 9to5Mac, customers paying for Apple TV+ service will be credited $4.99 for each month, from February to June. Due to that, paying subscribers won’t be unfairly affected by the Apple TV+ free trials provided to other users.