Apple has just announced that it is extending the trial for Final Cut Pro X and Logic Pro X, two of its popular creator apps, to 90 days for a specific time. In the past, we saw a few different companies offering their services for free or discounted prices to help those working from home due to the coronavirus outbreak that is causing shutdowns across the globe. And now, we have Apple, joining the list to offer its contributions for the same. Let’s look at what Apple has to offer.
The Final Cut Pro X and Logic Pro X are two of Apple’s professional applications catered for media creation and used by various video creators and music producers. Both the applications come at a premium, with the Final Cut Pro carrying a price tag of $299.99 and the Logic Pro X available for $199.99. However, to give new users an idea of what they are delving into and try out their different offerings before investing, Apple has been offering a 30-day free trial to help them get acquainted with the applications.
But, taking into account the current situation due to the outspread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) that is causing organizations to ask their employees to stay home and work remotely, Apple has decided to extend the trial period for both these apps by 60 days. And so now, users get to use both Final Cut Pro X and Logic Pro X for 90 days. However, the free trial for both apps is only for a limited time and will revert to 30 days in the future.
To use the trial, you can head to the Final Cut Pro X and Logic Pro X pages and sign up and download the applications. However, at this point, the Final Cut Pro X is up for the 90-day free trial, and the same for the Logic Pro X is expected to go live in a few days. So, go ahead, sign up for the free trial and learn a new skill while you spend your time at home.