We're just three days away from the much-anticipated Apple March Keynote event. The media event is said to introduce a new iPhone model and an improved iPad Air tablet. There are also rumors that the Cupertino-based tech giant will launch Apple Watch 2 and New Macbook Air.
Now, here's how to watch the March 21 Apple Keynote event, plus details of new MacBook Air release date, specification and size rumors. Also, updates on Apple Smart Watch 2 release date, price and specification rumors.
Apple announced it will stream the March 21 launch event, which has a subject "Let us loop you in." The event starts at 10 am PDT/1:00 pm ET/12:00 CT. Interested viewers can watch it on Apple's website.
The launch event can be streamed live on an iPad or iPhone, on a Mac, and on an Apple TV. Interestingly, it is the first Apple event that can be watched on a Windows PC.
iPad or iPhone users should make sure that their device is on iOS 4.2 or later. For MAC owners, they need to have a system running on OS X 10.6 or later. Also, Apple TV viewers need to have tvOS 5.0.2 or later. Lastly, Windows PC users can stream the event on Apple's website by using the Edge browser.
The Apple March Keynote was initially reported to happen on March 15. However days before the event was due to take place, Buzzfeed said the event has been delayed by a week.
The keynote event is said to take place on the Apple campus in Cupertino, California.
Meanwhile, let's check latest news about Apple Watch 2. It was originally believed that the smartwatch will make an appearance at the March event, but latest reports say the company is pushing the release back until September this year.
Even if there will be no Watch 2 on the event, fans can expect new line of Apple Watch straps. This could include additional colors for the new Hermes bands and black edition of the Milanese Loop.
Another rumored product in the pipeline is the MacBook Air 2016. Some tech websites say the laptop may have a Retina screen and Force Touch features. Furthermore, its processor might be an Intel Skylake, and it might have Apple's OS X El Capitan operating system. As of now, Apple has not yet confirmed or denied any of these rumored specifications.