Apple has officially announced its upcoming spring event and it is scheduled for March 21st in Cupertino at Apple’s 1 Infinite Loop Campus at 10:100 A.M. PT/ 1:00 P.M. ET. It is expected that, the company will introduce 4-inch iPhone SE, 9.7-inch iPad Pro, new Apple Watch bands, software updates and more. All these are rumours and what’s in store we have to wait for couple of hours.
There are number of ways to watch the event even though if you aren’t part of the media. The company has made arrangements to stream the programme live online so that fans & tech enthusiasts watch the action unfold in real-time. The “Let us loop you in” event will be streamed across the web and viewable on Apple’s devices, its laptops & desktops, its phones & tablets. Above all, the keynote will be viewable on Windows PCs. For your information, the company rarely opens up video of its product announcements to other platforms. The good thing is that, viewers can watch the announcement on an Apple TV.
How To Watch Apple 21st March Spring Event on different Devices/Platform
Mac, iOS, and Windows
To view the 21st March Apple event on your iPhone, iPad or Mac, you’ll have to visit the link. As said earlier, Windows users can also watch the event from the link shared earlier.
If you want to watch the keynote on Apple TV, then 9to5Mac shares information on it. You have to download the Apple TV app from tvOS app store or there is an Apple Events Channel which lets users to watch the livestream of Apple’s announcement. Above all, the owners of second, third or fourth generation Apple TVs can view the event as long as they have version 6.2 installed or above.
Android And Other Users
In the world of Apple keynotes, Android users are not treated. Although there is no official way to view the event. As an Android user, the only way to watch the event is to visit this link
The above information in a summarised format
You will not be able to embed the livestream anywhere.
Apple 21st March 2016 Spring Launch Event Live coverage Time Zone Details:
|Cupertino (U.S.A. – California)||Monday, March 21, 2016||10:00:00||PDT|
|San Francisco (U.S.A – California)||Monday, March 21, 2016||10:00:00||PDT|
|New York (U.S.A – New York)||Monday, March 21, 2016||13:00:00||EDT|
|Ottawa (Canada – Ontario)||Monday, March 21, 2016||13:00:00||EDT|
|Rio de Janerio (Brazil – Rio de Janerio)||Monday, March 21, 2016||14:00:00/td>||BRT|
|London (United Kingdom – England)||Monday, March 21, 2016||17:00:00||GMT|
|Paris (France)||Monday, March 21, 2016||18:00:00||CET|
|Berlin (Germany)||Monday, March 21, 2016||18:00:00||CET|
|Amsterdam (Netherlands)||Monday, March 21, 2016||18:00:00||CET|
|Barcelona (Spain)||Monday, March 21, 2016||18:00:00||CET|
|Johannesburg (South Africa)||Monday, March 21, 2016||19:00:00||SAST|
|Moscow (Russia)||Monday, March 21, 2016||20:00:00||MSK|
|Abu Dhabi (United arab Emirates – Abu Dhabi)||Monday, March 21, 2016||21:00:00||GST|
|Islamabad (Pakistan)||Monday, March 21, 2016||22:00:00||PKT|
|New Delhi (India – Delhi)||Monday, March 21, 2016||22:30:00||IST|
|Indonesia (Jakarta)||Tuesday, March 22, 2016||00:00:00||WIB|
|Beijing (China – Beijing Municipality)||Tuesday, March 22, 2016||01:00:00||CST|
|Hong Kong (Hong Kong)||Tuesday, March 22, 2016||01:00:00||HKT|
|Singapore (Singapore)||Tuesday, March 22, 2016||01:00:00||SGT|
|Taipei ||Tuesday, March 22, 2016||01:00:00||CST|
|Seoul (South Korea)||Tuesday, March 22, 2016||02:00:00||KST|
|Tokyo||Tuesday, March 22, 2016||02:00:00||JST|
|Canberra (Australia – Australian Capital Territory)||Tuesday, March 22, 2016||04:00:00||AEDT|
Live streaming uses Apple’s HTTP Live Streaming (HLS) technology. HLS requires an iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch with Safari on iOS 7.0 or later, a Mac with Safari 6.0.5 or later on OS X v10.8.5 or later, or a PC with Microsoft Edge on Windows 10. Streaming via Apple TV requires an Apple TV (2nd or 3rd generation) with software 6.2 or later or an Apple TV (4th generation).