Apple extending some free Apple TV+ trials, says CNBC

Subscriptions bundled with hardware that would have ended in November will extended by three months.

Apple will extend subscriptions to its Apple TV+ service that was going to end next month by three additional months, according to a report this afternoon by Kif Leswing, citing remarks by Apple to CNBC. 

The subscriptions in question are those that were initiated last year with the purchase of Apple hardware devices. Those one-year subscriptions would begin to expire in November, but will now be extended.

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Writes Leswing:

"Now subscribers whose trials expire before February will get three additional months of Apple TV+ for free. This means that someone who bought an iPhone on Dec. 1 and activated Apple TV+ on the same day will have access to the service through March 1, when billing starts."