Apple is once again extending the free trial period for its Apple TV + streaming service.
This time around, the tech giant is allowing spoilers to stay on the platform until July 2021, and 9to5Mac notes that even paying subscribers will be reimbursed for two months of credits. This is the second time Apple has extended the trial of the service.
This probably means that anyone who got a free trial of Apple TV + when the service launched last year will still have access to the service for the launch of For all mankind Season 2 and the Tom Holland movie Cherry.
Until now, no one in the MobileSyrup Apple TV subscription was extended last February, but 9to5Mac reports that Apple will send emails over the next several weeks notifying users of the change.
If you pay for Apple TV +, you should receive an equivalent amount of money during the February-July period to spend in Apple’s online stores on apps, books, movies, and more.
Last year there were reports that Apple plans to supplement streaming services with more third-party content to better compete with Netflix and Prime Video. Perhaps the company is preparing to release that additional content and wants to make sure that the number of Apple TV + subscribers does not drop in the meantime.
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