Apple is extending the period for the free months on Apple TV + until July. Currently, members whose subscription was set to expire from now until June, have till July 2021 to enjoy their free subscription. All you have to do is purchase a new iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Apple TV or Mac and activate your subscription. Like last time, the company will be compensating existing subscribers in the form of credit refunds. So in case you have been among the many first to take the one-year-free deal again in November 2019, that's changed into 21 months freed from Apple TV Plus. Apple TV Plus members don't need to do anything from their end in order to extend their free subscription.
Any customers who are using Apple's free Apple TV+ trial or have an annual Apple TV+ subscription that expires between February and June will now get these extra months free of charge. That really does blow those 2-week free trials out of the water. The extension is also applicable for people who are now paying for the Apple One bundle subscription. Although Apple hasn't announced this development officially, reports state that the company would start notifying eligible customers via an email in the coming weeks.
If you pay for Apple TV+, you should receive an equivalent amount of money for the February to July period to spend in Apple's online stores on apps, books, movies and more.
Arguably the best feature is within Apple TV itself as it combines recently watched content from leading services Disney+ and Netflix in with local providers such as BBC iPlayer to produce a personal experience for the viewer.
Today the tech giant is giving some of its TV+ customers a few more months of free access.