By now, most of you are probably already aware that the next Apple event is coming very soon. We have a reminder that Apple’s special event will have a live video stream and now we tell you how you can watch all of the new product announcements as they happen live on stage.
If you want to watch Apple’s March 2016 event by live stream, you need to bookmark this link here for live stream. This is Apple’s primary website for the stream and you’ll be able to watch both on iOS devices, as well as Mac and Windows 10 don’t forget.
However, if you prefer you can also watch Apple’s March 21 event directly on Apple TV. To do this you’ll need to have a 2nd or 3rd generation device running 6.2 or later or with the latest Apple TV 4th generation.
For those watching on Apple TV, just head to the events icon at the time of the event, which is 10am Pacific Time and you’ll be able to enjoy the event live.
We just hope that both the website and Apple TV streams hold up technically, as we have seen many times in the past that streams have lagged causing mass frustration for viewers.
As to the million dollar question on what Apple will announce at their March 2016 event, the speculation continues. The rumors suggest that we may get a new iPhone SE, iPad Air 3, Apple Watch upgrade or maybe even a new MacBook Air 2016 model.
We’ll have to wait and see but now at least you know there is a confirmed live stream. Leave your expectations below!
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