It’s over what was given. If until now Apple gave you a free year of Apple TV+ when you bought and activated some of its devices, now that period will become only three months from the time you make that activation. It will happen from July 1.
The change is already reflected on the official website of the service, which highlights in the fine print how June is the last month in which we will no longer be able to activate those twelve months. They will become three, and as before it will require activating the automatic renewal of the service with a payment method integrated into our Apple ID.
Just a few days ago we commented on how it is from these months when the first Apple TV+ users will start paying for the service, after having it free for a year and a half. Perhaps this is the reason why lately we keep seeing previews of upcoming series (Second seasons of ‘See’ and ‘The Morning Show’ plus a video with several mixed previews and the preview of ‘Invasion’), thus attracting subscribers so that they do not unsubscribe.
If you’ve bought an Apple device in the last few weeks, keep this in mind: you have until the 30th of this month to activate a free year of Apple TV+. If you miss this date, then you will be entitled to only three free months. Remember that this free period can only be activated once per Apple account (otherwise, those who renew their iPhone every year would always have free Apple TV).