Remember not too long ago; Apple Music had a free trial of three months? Well, now you can avail that offer on News +. Yes, this offer is specially offered to the American and Canadian Apple users who will sign up in the Black Friday weekend. Generally, the free trials are available for a month, but this time it has exceptionally extended up to three months. With this offer, you can have the experience of how it feels like to read newspapers and magazines on Apple devices.
Here as always, you will have to keep an eye on when your trial ends because Apple will automatically charge you 10 dollars per month by renewing your News+ service if you don’t cancel your trial before the period of free access is over. Apple News+ also serves in the United Kingdom and Australia, but the extended offer of three months is not available there.
It’s not known yet when Apple might give an offer like this in future but it’s said that as News+ has kicked off a slow start with over 200,000 initial subscribers only, and struggled to get added to the number of subscribers over the last 8 months, so with offer promos like this, people who are curious about the product can have enough time to sample it. More or less, readers will get plenty of materials to read over during the winter.
Apple announced to its audience to make use of the three months trial offer, which can be subscribed by the users in this only.
Resources recently reported that Apple is planning to sell Apple News+, Apple Music and Apple TV+ in a package together in the future which will increase the number of users of Apple News+. But that entirely depends on how cheap the price of the bundle could get. It’s also been said that Apple has got new deals negotiated with publishers to add Apple News+ in the bundle.
You can access Apple News+’s three months free trial through Apple’s official website or via the Apple News app on your iPad, iPhone, Mac or iPod. With one subscription, a maximum of six users can access it which is a piece of great news for those who use Family Sharing.
Users are expecting very less from it as the new adaptation is not that “new”. They are looking at it as a cheap way to read publications like National Geographic, The Wall Street Journal, and The New Yorker.