How, Where To Watch Apple Event Live
Apple will be holding its next big product launch event tomorrow evening at its Cupertino, California headquarters. The correct time when the event will kick off is 10 a.m. Pacific time or 1 p.m. Eastern time. Only select group of tech journalists and insiders have been invited to attend the event. For others the iDevice giant has arranged for a live streaming facility on its website, on iPhone, iPad and also on Apple TV.
Below are some details for the live streaming:
iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch on Safari users can watch the event live if the operating system is iOS 7.0 or later.
Users who have Mac with Safari can watch on version 6.0.5 or later and OS X 10.8.5 or later.
Similarly, the PC users with Microsoft Edger on Windows 10 can watch the Apple event live tomorrow evening.
Owners of Apple TV can watch the event live by downloading and installing Apple Events app. It is free.
Apart from the Apple’s ecosystem, people can watch the event live on other platforms such as on CNET’s live blog and with the live streaming service of CBSNews.com. The CBSN is made available online, on Roku, FireTV, AndroidTV, Xbox One and Apple TV.
It is rumored Apple may launch a smaller iPhone tomorrow, a 4-inch device dubbed as iPhone SE. The giant may also launch a new iPad pro and some attractive bands of Apple Watch.
Stay tuned here for all the technology news daily and also all the updates from Apple event on March 21.