Apple announced today that the free trial versions of Final Cut Pro X and Logic Pro X will be temporarily extended from 30 to 90 days, giving prospective customers who are stuck at home a longer window to try the software.
An Apple spokesman said the company hoped the action would "bring great benefits to creative Mac users, and especially students who create and study in new environments."
Apple joins a number of other software companies that are expanding free trial versions of their products in the midst of the COVID 19 crisis. In particular, Apple does not charge subscription prices. So if you want to continue using the video or audio editing software, you have to increase the full purchase price.
Logic Pro X costs $ 1