After three years, Apple Music limits the free trial time from three to one month
Apple has decreased the three-month free trial period for new Apple Music subscribers to one month
Apple has reportedly shortened the three-month free trial period for new Apple Music subscribers to one month. Apple Music has officially lowered its free trial time to one month, according to AppleInsider, three years after it originally looked to be planning to do so.
New customers will receive a one-month free trial instead of the prior three months, though AirPods and other devices will still receive six months.
On Apple Music's official site, the terms and conditions no longer specify a time limit. However, the banner title was "Enjoy 3 months on us" until January 2022, and it is now "Start your free trial today."
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Aside from special deals like the longer one for Apple headphones owners, Apple Music has offered a three-month free trial since its launch in 2015.