Apple is having their March 2019 event on Monday at the Steve Jobs Theater at their Apple Park headquarters in Cupertino, California. The event itself was announced about two weeks ago by Apple.
For the event, we are expecting Apple to unveil a new Apple News subscription service, an Apple TV streaming service with original content also being shown, as well as possibly a release date for the AirPower and a new iPod Touch. To see a full list of our predictions, click here.
To stream the event, you will have two options:
The first is that you can stream it from Apple’s website. This can be done on a Mac, iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad. The second option, for those wanting to watch it on their big screen, would be to stream it directly from the Apple Events app on the Apple TV.
Appleosophy will be having its own liveblog during the event too. We will have coverage on both our website and social media accounts as well. To follow that coverage, we would suggest following the website and our Twitter and Instagram accounts too for the latest news from the event.
Apple’s event will be on March 25, 2019, and begin at 10 a.m. P.S.T. We hope you watch and follow along with the event, as this will be Apple’s first event of 2019, so it will be great to see how the company is going to start the year.
UPDATE (03/22/2019): Here is a tweet from CNET that shows what time the Apple Event will be starting based on your country and timezone.
When you need to tune in for the March 25 #AppleEvent:
🇺🇸 10:00 am PT
🇺🇸 11:00 am CST
🇺🇸 1:00 pm ET
🇬🇧 6:00 pm GMT
🇪🇺 7:00 pm CET
🇮🇳 10:30 pm IST
🇸🇬 2:00 am SGT
🇨🇳 2:00 am CST
🇯🇵 3:00 am JST
🇦🇺 4:00 am AEDT
🇳🇿 6:00 am NZDThttps://t.co/PSc6BNI59q
— CNET (@CNET) March 22, 2019