Apple is Giving Pro Software for Free During Quarantine

Calling all young creatives…

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If you are a creative who relies on company or studio computers to get your job done, quarantine can make things really tricky when the software you need to get your job done costs hundreds of dollars. Any video editor can attest to how expensive being a creative can be. 

Luckily, the world’s favourite tech company just made these programmes free. Think of this as Apple’s way of paying it forward. 

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 or create some amazing videos,” an Apple spokesperson told Mashable.

As everyone moves to working from home, it’s needed now more than ever. The tech giant made Final Cut Pro X and Logic Pro X both downloadable for a free 90-day trial. Final Cut Pro X typically costs $299.99 while Logic Pro X costs $199.99. 

If you’re already running Apple’s 30-day trial of the software, all you have to do is download the new version to take advantage of the 90-day offer.

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