Apple has extended the subscriptions to its premium on-demand service for millions of people until July.
To give the service a boost, Apple offered a free, year-long subscription to anyone who bought an Apple gadget between September 10, 2019 and January 31, 2020.
Many people were due to have their access revoked in February, after Apple provided an extension in October last year.
Now, thanks to this second extension, they’ll keep access until July 2021.
It means that not only will new subscribers get a nice bump in free viewing but also that anyone who got on board early is looking at a year-and-a-half’s worth of free access to Apple’s content.
What’s more, anyone that’s eligible who is paying the monthly sum will have their account refunded.
Even though Apple TV+ doesn’t offer the same quantity of original content as Netflix, there are a few good exclusives.
Star Wars star Ewan McGregor and Charley Boorman’s documentary Long Way Up is currently playing on TV+ and there’s big-budget films like Tom Hanks’ Greyhound and Samuel L. Jacksons’ The Banker.
Several originals are also getting second seasons, such as Dickinson and M Night Shyamalan’s Servant.
Apple TV+ usually costs £4.99 per month and is available on Apple devices like Apple TV, iPad and iPhone as well as some third-party devices like Roku TV and Amazon’s Fire TV Sticks.