This week Apple has announced that users who subscribed to Apple TV+ originally with the one year free deal have now had the free trial extended again to July this year. The free trial was originally meant to end in November 2020, then in October 2020 Apple announced that it would be extended until February 2021, likely due to the lack of new programming being released due to the pandemic.
The service launched last year on 1st November and to go alongside the launch, Apple started offering a free 1 year trial of the service and that offer is actually still on as of today. If you purchase a new iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, Mac or iPod touch the free trial is included.
Apple has now said that the initial free trial will now end in July this year. This means that any customers that had free trials that were going to end between February and June this year will now get until July extra. Once the free trial ends, the monthly payment of £4.99 UK / $4.99 US will continue afterwards, unless canceled. Those who signed up for a free trail with a new Apple device after January 2019 will only receive 12 months.