How to Watch Apple's March 25 Services Announcement

Apple will hold a spring event on Monday, March 25, at 10 a.m. PT, at the Steve Jobs Theater in Cupertino, California. You can easily watch the event on your device or Apple TV—we'll tell you how below. At the March event, Apple is expected to announce both a video streaming service featuring original content and a subscription service for news and magazines. In the days leading up to the event, Apple has quietly announced new iPads (including a new iPad mini 5!) and new AirPods via press release, mostly likely because the tech giant doesn't want any hardware announcements distracting the press from covering its services announcement on Monday. We'll be offering commentary during the event in our Facebook group and in the special podcast episode we'll be recording right after. Here’s how you can watch Apple's March event too.

How to Watch Apple's March Event on Apple TV:

In order to watch Apple's event on March 25, you'll need an Apple TV generation 2nd, 3rd, or 4th. 

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Make sure your Apple TV has the lastest version of tvOS installed. If you still have the Apple Events app downloaded on your Apple TV from the last keynote, all you'll need to do is open it on March 25 and tune in to watch at 10 a.m. PT time. If you don't have the Apple Events app on your Apple TV already, download it between now and the event and then tune in on March 25 to watch at 10 a.m. PT time. (Here's how to download apps on your Apple TV.)

How to Watch Apple's Keynote Event on iPhone, iPad, Mac, or PC

Apple has made sure there are lots of different ways you can watch its event. Since the event will live stream on Apple's website, you just have to make sure you're able to access the live feed from your browser. 

If you have an iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch, or Mac: Open Safari on your device and visit the Apple events page on March 25 at 10 a.m. PT. Your iOS device will need to be running iOS 7 or later. Meanwhile your Mac will require Safari 6.0.5 or later on OS X v10.8.5 or later.

PC users will need Microsoft Edge on Windows 10 or later. Simply open Microsoft Edge and visit Apple's event page on March 25 at 10 a.m. PT.

There's been a lot of rumors about the kinds of content we can expect from Apple and also about Apple's struggles to convince publishers and content creators to sign on to the tech giant's news and TV streaming services. And it's possible Apple could release more hardware between now and the day of the event. Maybe an AirPower mat? Visit our event coverage page for all the articles we've written so far. Keep checking back at iPhoneLife.com for the lastest news, and be sure to subscribe to the iPhone Life podcast so you can listen to our event roundup episode later in the day on Monday, March 25. 
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Sarah Kingsbury is the Senior Web Editor of iPhone Life magazine. Previously she wrote for savvyvegetarian.com and was the Associate Editor of the Iowa Source for many years.