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How to watch Apple's Spring Event 2019, live video start time

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Apple’s going to be hosting a special event on Monday 25 March. It’s anticipated that the company will be showing off its new TV streaming service which we write about here: Apple’s plans for a subscription TV service. We may also see the long-awaited AirPower charging pad, new AirPods, an iPad mini and more.

Read all about what to expect from Apple’s next big event here.

The event will take place on the new Apple Campus in the Steve Jobs Theatre, and Apple will be streaming the event live, so you will be able to watch the company unveil the new products and services.

When is Apple’s Special Event

Right now, the Apple Special Event webpage only reveals the time when the event is scheduled to take place in California: 25 March at 10 a.m. PD. Because the clocks have already gone forward in the US but won’t go forward until the following weekend in the UK there could be some confusion over UK timing. Here’s a guide to when the stream should start playing where you are. 

  • 10am, 25 March, San Francisco, PDT
  • 1pm, 25 March, New York, EDT
  • 5pm, 25 March, UK, GMT
  • 6pm, 25 March, Paris, CET
  • 4am, 26 March, Sydney, AEDT

How to watch on PC or Mac

You need to be running Safari on macOS Sierra 10.12 or later, or Microsoft Edge on Windows 10 to re-watch the livestream.

To watch, simply head to the Apple Event page.

Apple event web page

How to watch on iPad or iPad

Apple says its keynote videos are best experienced on an iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch using Safari on iOS 10 or later (although it will play on iOS 9 too).

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To watch, simply head to the Apple Event page.

How to watch on Apple TV

Apple TV users will be able to rewatch the keynote (as long as they have a 2nd-gen or later model running the latest Apple TV software or tvOS). 

You will be able to watch via the Apple Events app.

How to watch on anything else…

Apple says that other platforms may be able to access the stream using recent versions of Chrome or Firefox (MSE, H.264, and AAC required).

To watch, simply head to the Apple Event page.



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