According to 9to5Mac, Apple will likely be extending its free year-long trials of its TV Plus service to prospects till July 2021. The trials have been initially included with the acquisition of any Apple machine (e.g., an iPhone, iPad, Mac, Apple TV) and have been initially set to final till November 1st, 2020. That is the second extension, with the primary extending from November 2020 to February 2021.
Subscribers who had free subscriptions that have been set to run out any time from February 2021 to June 2021 can even get an extension till July. The extension comes within the wake of manufacturing delays. Solely one of many exhibits the service launched with (Dickinson) has had its second season premiere, whereas others — like For All Mankind, The Morning Present, and See — are nonetheless ready for his or her second seasons to return out.
Present productions being delayed by the COVID-19 pandemic isn’t any shock, and lengthening the trial is a pleasant gesture. Viewers most likely want to begin watching the second seasons of their favourite exhibits earlier than they determine whether or not the service is value $4.99 a month, and the extension is giving them the flexibility to take action. In spite of everything, there’s not a ton of use in a TV subscription service if some exhibits solely have 12 episodes.