Amid Coronavirus Panic, Apple Makes Its Video And Music Software Free For People
Science and Technology
On 30th March 2020
COVID-19 outbreak has caused not only the world economy to suffer irreparable losses and businesses to collapse but due to lockdown situations and people forced to stay back at homes. So it is not uncommon to experience anxiety and depression during these uncertain times. Keeping in mind peoples' wellbeing and mental health Apple has recently announced its professional-grade software for video editing and music-making – Final Cut Pro X and Logic Pro X – free with a 90-day trial.
Apple has officially announced to make its professional-grade software for video editing and music-making Final Cut Pro X and Logic Pro X free with 90 days trial period.
Under normal circumstances, Final Cut Pro X has 30 days trial which has now been extended to 90 days while works completely on the free trial period too.
Similarly, Logic Pro X initially came with no free trial period so far but now it gets 90 days trial option as well.
The new option comes after the lockdown decision that the world is currently facing due to the global pandemic COVID-19. During this social distancing time, many companies have shifted their workers to home and companies are now functioning through homes. In fact, in early March, Apple also told its workers to start working from home.
"We hope 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," an Apple spokesperson told Mashable in an e-mail.
Final Cut Pro X costs US$299.99, while Logic Pro X costs US$199.99, and three months of free trial is a reasonable amount of time for users to figure out whether they're good purchases for them.