Apple increases free trial days for Final Cut Pro X and Logic Pro X amidst Covid-19 outbreak

Apple reported today that they are briefly broadening the free trial periods on Final Cut Pro X and Logic Pro X from 30 days to 90 days, giving potential clients stuck at home more time to evaluate the product.

Apple said the organization trusts the new developent will profit inventive Mac clients, who end up building and learning in new conditions.

Apple joins a ngrowing number of tech companies who have adopted the policy of
extending the free trial period of their wares amidst the COVID-19 outbreak.

Outstandingly, Apple doesn't charge customers using the subscription payment model, so in the event that you need to keep utilizing the video or audio editing tools, you'll need to pay the full price in a one-time payment.

Logic Pro X sells for $199.99 while Final Cut Pro X sells for $299.99, a $100 difference between them.

Apple claims that the new free trial policy is now live for Final Cut Pro X , while Logic Pro X is expected to adopt the same policy very soon.

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