Recently, I had reached out to Apple about trial versions of Final Cut Pro X and Logic Pro X and received the following response from my contact at Apple:
Please help spread message. Thank you! 😊Today, we’re announcing our creative Pro Apps, Final Cut Pro X and Logic Pro X, will have free 90-day trials for all customers around the world. 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 with Logic Pro X or create some amazing videos with Final Cut Pro X. Both apps are also great tools for students who may already be using them in school, but don’t have the apps on their home computers.For a little extra background: Final Cut Pro X has a 30-day trial, which we’re extending to 90 days. A free trial is entirely new to Logic Pro X and we’re thrilled to make that available. The extension to 90 days is for a limited time and will revert to 30 days across both apps in the future.Final Cut Pro X’s 90-day free trial is available now and Logic Pro X’s will go live in the coming days.
Customers can download the free trials on the web pages for Final Cut Pro X ( https://www.apple.com/final-cut-pro/trial/) and Logic Pro X ( https://www.apple.com/logic-pro/ ). We’re also making this available to customers who have already downloaded the free 30-day trial of Final Cut Pro X, that way even more customers can try it out.Please let me know if you have any questions.