How to watch Apple’s big ‘Peek Performance’ event


Watch Apple's Peek Performance event
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We’re just a day away from Apple’s big “Peek Performance” event, which is expected to bring upgraded iPhone, iPad and Mac models. Cupertino could also have other sweet surprises up its sleeve — like a new desktop display.

Whatever the case may be, you won’t want to miss it if you’re an Apple fan. And you don’t have to! Here’s how to stream the enter March 8 event live.

Peek Performance: Get set for new Apple devices

It’s hard to tell what will be the star of tomorrow’s Peek Performance event, but according to recent rumors, there will be plenty to look forward to.

Apple is expected to bring 5G to iPhone SE and the entry-level iPad, and unveil a 13-inch MacBook Pro refresh that could pack the company’s very first M2 chip. And it may not be the only Mac that Cupertino has to show off.

A recent regulatory filing revealed Apple could be planning as many as three new Mac models for early 2023. And we could see a new 27-inch Apple display — a more affordable alternative to Pro Display XDR — to go with them.

How to watch Apple’s Peek Performance event

It’s an event you won’t want to miss, and fortunately for us, Apple is streaming it live. Its keynote kicks off at 10 a.m. PDT, 1 p.m. EDT, or 6 p.m. GMT tomorrow, March 8. You can watch it on Apple’s website, on Apple TV, or on YouTube:

If you’re watching on Apple’s website, there’s a link to add the event to your calendar so you don’t forget it. If you’re watching on YouTube, click the set reminder button in the video above to get a notification when it starts.

Stay tuned to Cult of Mac

Don’t worry if you’re not around to watch the Peek Performance keynote live; it will be available to rewatch later — both on Apple’s website and on YouTube. And we’ll be covering all the news as it breaks right here on Cult of Mac.


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