As Verge reports, the extended free trial for Final Cut Pro X is available right now and will soon be available for Logic Pro X. The standard cost of Final Cut Pro X and Logic Pro X is $299 and $199, respectively.
Final Cut Pro X previously came with a 30-day free trial, while Logic Pro X is getting a free trial period for the first time. Apple has also said that once the new offer expires, both software will return to their traditional 30-day free trial period.
Apple has claimed that people who have already downloaded the 30-days free trial of Final Cut Pro X will also get the advantage of the extended trial period.
Due to the Coronavirus pandemic, a complete lockdown has been imposed in most of the affected countries. People are not supposed to step out of their homes, if not extremely necessary. Meanwhile, all the offices, schools and other institutions have been closed as well.
Apple providing costly editing software free for a 90-day period will undoubtedly keep people engaged during the self-quarantine. This is also a good opportunity for people to try out new hobbies, especially for music enthusiasts who always wanted to try out Logic Pro X.
Several other music production software is also giving out huge offers to incentivize people not to leave at home. A free 90-days trial is being given to a limited number of Pro Tools users. The Fender Play app is giving three months of free guitar lessons to over 100,000 people.