Apple offers new free trial options for Final Cut Pro X and Logic Pro X, its video and audio editing software designed for professional projects. Customers have 90 days to try them out before buying.
The new longer test options are beneficial for those who work from home, including students who are no longer able to work in a classroom environment, and for those who want to try a new skill learn. The 90-day trial is available to all customers around the world.
Previously, Final Cut Pro X had a free 30-day trial, while Logic Pro X had no free trial at all. Be a welcome change for anyone who wants to try Logic Pro X before buying. The 90-day extension period is available for a limited time and will be reset to 30 days in the future. The free trial options are available to both new customers and customers who have already downloaded the previous 30-day trial version of Final Cut Pro X.
The 90-day Final Cut Pro X trial is available now, while the free trial is available. The Logic Pro X trial will be available in a few days. The free trial options can be downloaded from Apple's dedicated Final Cut Pro X and Logic Pro X websites.