Apple has officially announced last week that its highly-anticipated March event, which is scheduled on Tuesday, March 8, and will be broadcast live from Apple Park.
Named “Peek Performance”, the tech giant is rumored to unveil the following items: a new iPhone SE with 5G capability, fifth generation iPad Air, a potentially new Mac mini 2022 and an entry-level MacBook Pro 2022.
Mark Gurman of Bloomberg posted on Twitter, “Peek performance clearly = 5G for the iPhone SE, new Macs with Apple Silicon and iPad Air with an A15.”
Other than that, there could also be new information related to the company’s services and probably the release dates on iOS and iPadOS 15.4, alongside macOS Monterey 12.3, which introduces Universal Control amongst other new features.
There are actually several ways to watch the March 8 event. Check them out below!
Apple Events website
When visiting the Apple Events website, you can watch the event live using your iPad, iPhone, Mac, PC or nay other device via a web browser. The Apple Events website runs smoothly on Chrome, Firefox, Safari and other main browsers.
You can visit the site right now if you wish to add an event reminder to your calendar.
Apple TV app
Apple previously had a dedicated Apple Events app on the Apple TV, but prior to the WWDC in June 2020, it
Also, the Apple TV app can be watched on any device where the Apple TV app is available, including the Apple TV, iPads, iPhones, Macs and some smart TVs. If you have an Apple TV, its app is one of the best methods to watch the event live.
While the listing is not yet present on the TV app yet, the company typically starts to list it on the actual day of the event, so best keep an eye out for it.
Usually one of the easiest and most efficient way to watch a video is through YouTube, where Apple also plans to stream the event live. YouTube live stream can be viewed on every platform where YouTube is available, from tablets, consoles to smartphones and smart TVs.
Apple has conveniently put a placeholder for the March 8 event on their official YouTube channel, making it easy for you to set an event reminder through the streaming giant brand.
Apple’s March 8 “Peek Performance” Event will be held at 10 am PST.
The March 8 Peek Performance event will be livestreamed across the Apple website, their YouTube channel and via the Apple TV app on iPad, iPhone, Mac and Apple TV.