Apple is preparing to make some major announcements during its “Let Us Loop You In” event, which will begin at 10am PT / 1pm ET. Many Apple fans are expecting the debut of a smaller iPhone, which is being called the iPhone SE, a smaller iPad Pro, additional watch bands, and an introduction of new features in iOS 9.3.
If you’re planning on taking your lunch break around the time Apple holds its event, you might need some help figuring out where exactly you can watch it live. Thankfully, Apple is planning on livestreaming its Let Us Loop You In event at this link.
Just like with previous livestreams, there are some hoops you’re going to have to jump through in order to watch along with everyone else. If you own an Apple device, you should be set as the stream will support the Safari browser on iOS devices using iOS 7 or later and Macs running OS X 10.8.5 Mountain Lion. Apple TV users can also stream the event on second- and third-generation Apple TV devices.
Own a PC and would still like to see what Apple has to announce? You’ll need a PC with Windows 10 installed as well as Microsoft Edge.