Apple provides free video editing software Final Cut Pro X and Logic Pro X audio for 90 days due to coronavirus.
Apple gives users who are stuck at home the opportunity to try two of their professional creative applications at no cost. Those who have a Mac can try it the Final Cut pro X. for a free trial of 90 days. The usual trial period is 30 days but due to coronavirus Apple increased it to 90 days, ie 3 months.
Of course after the trial period users will have to pay $ 300 for a license, but they will have at least three months to play with the video editing app and decide if it is worth the price.
Those who want to take advantage of the offer can download the program from the Apple website . And even those in the middle of a 30-day trial can get the new version and use it for free for another 90 days.
According to 9to5Mac, the company will also release a free trial version of Logic Pro X for the first time. Professional audio editing software costs $ 200, but Apple gives users enough time (90 days) to try it out for free. It is not clear when the free version will be available, but it is certain that it will be released in the coming days.