Apple extends Final Cut Pro X free trial & offers new Logic Pro X trial for those at home

Apple today announced that it has extended free trials for Final Cut Pro X while offering a new free trial for the first time for Logic Pro X customers worldwide.

Apple said it hopes the new free trials help creatives and students that are forced to work and learn from home due to COVID-19 precautions. 

For Final Cut Pro X, Apple is extending the previous 30-day free trial to 90 days even for customers that are currently on the free 30-day trial. It will offer the same 90-day trial for Logic Pro X customers which is entirely new for the audio suite.

Apple said it hopes “customers who are home and looking for something new to master will try out these free trials and start making some awesome new beats with Logic Pro X or create some amazing videos with Final Cut Pro X. Both apps are also great tools for students who may already be using them in school, but don’t have the apps on their home computers.”

You can download the free trial of Final Cut Pro X and Logic Pro X from Apple’s website (the Logic Pro X trial will be available in the coming days).

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