Apple Music is free for up to 4 months for US military and veterans
What you need to know
- Apple Music is free for up to four months for US military and veterans.
- People can log in via their ID.me account to claim the offer.
Apple Music is offering serving members of the US military as well as veterans the chance to enjoy its wares for free for four months so long as they haven't been a subscriber before.
Apple Music normally offers everyone a free three-month trial, but this offer gives military personnel and vets an additional month without any cost. All they need to do is sign into their ID.me account via this specific link (opens in new tab) that was first spotted by 9to5Mac.
The URL mentions July 4th so it isn't clear how long the deal will be on the table.
The ID.me account that this requires is a third-party service that offers discounts to those who are part of the military or are veterans so you'll need one of those before proceeding. Beyond that, a normal Apple ID will work just fine when listening to Apple's 75 million songs, including some with Dolby Atmos and Spatial Audio support. Don't forget lossless audio is a thing now, too!
Looking for some new headphones to enjoy Apple Music to the max? AirPods Max are a great option. There are some great AirPods Max deals to be had as well, but be quick. Stocks are still limited for these highly sought after headphones.
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