Fastest way to Watch the Apple Event on March 21 Live ‘Let Us Loop you in’

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Apple’s ‘Let us loop you in’ event is kicking off in just less than 24 hours from now at 10:00 am PST or 1:00 pm ET, where it is expected to unveil the 9.7-inch iPad Pro and a new 4-inch iPhone dubbed iPhone SE (Special Edition) or iPhone 5SE, and new Apple Watch bands and might be new Macs as well. Read our full article here on What to expect from Apple’s Let us Loop you in Event.

Fastest way to Watch the Apple iPhone Event Live:

The event is going to hold in the company’s Town Hall auditorium located on its 1 Infinite Loop campus in Cupertino, California. You can watch the event live in these following ways below:

In latest Apple TV 4

If you’ve the new Apple TV 4 then download the Apple Events app from the tvOS App Store for free if you haven’t done so already. Apple released the Apple Events app in the tvOS App Store just a few days back.

Any Mac

If plan to watch it on your Mac, then launch Safari browser and go to this link. >

In iPhone, iPad or iPod touch

If you plan to watch it on your iPhone or iPad, then open Safari and go to this link. >

Apple TV 3 and Apple TV 2

If you have Apple TV 3 or Apple TV 2 with Apple TV software 5.0.2 or later, then navigate to “Apple Events” channel with the ‘Let us loop you in’ event logo on the main menu to watch the event live on your television.

Windows Users:

Windows users can also live stream the event on their PC officially. But there is a catch, you are allowed to watch it on Microsoft Edge browser only which comes with Windows 10 so open the Microsoft Edge browser and go to this link.
iOS 9.3 final version will be out after the event. In case if you want to get the iOS 9.3 version right now then register your iPhone UDID to Apple Developer Account here > and all the iOS beta version for next 1 year including upcoming iOS 10 beta when it’s out.

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