Apple again extends Apple TV + free trial, now customers get free access till July 2021


Apple is again extending the free period for Apple TV + 1-year free trials with hardware. With the latest announcement, anyone with an Apple TV + subscription was scheduled to expire in June, rather than expire in July 2021.

This means that customers who took advantage of the ‘year free’ deal when the previously launched service would now be receiving an additional 9 months of free feature for Apple’s original shows and movies.

The first TV + expansion was announced in October and carried forward the first wave of free trial upgrades by February. The new extension means that anyone who had not previously canceled their membership will now be able to use it for free for six additional months.

Any current customers with free trials ending in the February to June period will now see subscription renewals that were pushed to July. Similarly, customers with an annual subscription ending between February and June will also get the same month of service at no additional charge.

Apple will notify all eligible customers of the extension via email over the next few weeks. As in the past, the company will compensate existing customers with a credit refund in this way.

Today, any paying customer for the Apple TV + monthly plan until January 15, will receive a $ 4.99 store credit for the period from February to June, offsetting the cost of their subscription. The same is true for those who currently pay for an Apple One bundle subscription.

The second round of extensions gives Apple more time to expand the offering of Apple TV + content and increase the service’s value proposition, as the company continues the second season of its popular launch show, along with new popular series and movies Does.

Upcoming titles include the highly anticipated film ‘Cherry’ starring Tom Holland, the second season of For All Mankind, and more. You can see the announced roadmap for Apple TV + content in our comprehensive guide here.

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