Apple’s March 21st Event – How to Watch
As you probably heard it all over the news, on 21 March, Apple will hold a big media event and unveil a number of new devices, namely, the iPhone SE, the 9.7-inch iPad Pro and the updated Apple Watch. Of course, it’s an important date for Apple fans, just like any other company’s presentation.
The event will air at 1 p.m. ET and it will be streaming on the Internet. However, it is not that simple for average users to watch it. As you may know, Apple uses its own “HTTP Live Streaming” technology, so only certain devices can stream this event live.
According to the company, you need to own an iPhone, iPad or iPod touch that runs at least iOS 7. As for the Mac, users should have OS X 10.8.5 or higher and the Safari browser installed. You can also watch the presentation on Apple TV 2, 3 and 4.
If you’re a PC user, you can watch the event as well, however, only if you’ve upgraded to Windows 10 and only by using Microsoft’s new Edge browser.
It is not the first time Apple restricts the audience of the media event and definitely not the last one. You will find updates on the topic on our website, so stay tuned.
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