Later today, Apple will pull back the curtain on its upcoming news and video subscription services. Cult of Mac will, as ever, be live-blogging the action, but you can also watch the media event live, and presumably enjoy a roster of TV type people pitching their shows through their permanent hangovers.
Whether you’re watching on your Mac, your iPhone, your iPad or your Apple TV, we’ll show you how to tune in.
You can even show up at an Apple Store and watch it on the big screen!
How to tune in to Apple’s live stream
The fun begins at 10 a.m. Pacific (1 p.m. Eastern/17 p.m. GMT), and you can easily set a reminder (see below) so you don’t miss a second.
The Cult of Mac live blog will begin before the event, so if you want to get in the mood, that’s the place to visit. We’ll also be going in-depth on all the news as it’s announced.
Watch the ‘show time’ event at an Apple Store
If your local Apple Store has a video wall, you can head down there at “show time” and watch the action on the big screen. It’ll be like watching a sports event, only you’ll be surrounded by nerds and hipsters instead of jocks. Unfortunately, there will be no beer, unless you sneak it in yourself.
Mac, iPhone and iPad
To watch the “It’s show time” event on your computer, just visit Apple’s Special Event page at the appointed time. You’ll be able to stream the show right there in the Safari browser. And if you visit it now, you can click the link to add a reminder to your calendar.
You should also be able to watch the same keynote stream as on the Mac, using Edge, Chrome or Firefox.
On the Apple TV
To watch the big event on your own big screen, you’ll need to install the Apple Event app for tvOS. If you’re a regular with Apple Events, then you probably have it already. If not, install it now, and leave time for essentials (like making popcorn) before the event begins.
Get a Twitter reminder
It’s show time. Tune in March 25th at 10 a.m. PT to watch our #AppleEvent live on Twitter.
— Apple (@Apple) March 20, 2019
Catch up afterward
If you miss the event and want to catch up on it later, you can head to the same Apple Special Event page, and see all the recent events, ready to be streamed. Soon after the event concludes, today’s “It’s show time” event should be added to the list.
See you there!