Apple is getting ready to kick off its huge March 25 event at the Steve Jobs Theater at its headquarters in Cupertino, California.
Of course, not every fan can be there in person, but they don't have to, as there are plenty of online channels to watch the whole thing.
How To Watch
The event is scheduled to start at 10 a.m. PT or 1 p.m. ET. That's when a stream is set to go up on Apple's website where users across the globe can watch it live.
Another way to "attend" the show is via the Apple Events app on the Apple TV.
Now for those who can't watch it because, say, their schedules just don't permit it, the company will upload the entire event to its YouTube channel afterward.
On an interesting note, Apple has been live streaming a teaser on its website for some time now. It's of the interior of the Steve Jobs Theater, but instead of the real place, it's probably just a composite. As one Twitter user points out, the company is likely rehearsing there and whatnot at the moment.
It's also worth mentioning that a lot of things have been showing up on the stream, including a call from Chris Evans and an iMessage conversation between Tim Cook and Kevin Durant, all of which can be taken as a hint at who's going to be at the event.
What To Expect
Apple's presentation is expected to focus on services. Notably, there's going to be a Netflix competitor, a news service, and a gaming platform. According to the rumor mill, the Cupertino brand is also going to announce a credit card, made in collaboration with Goldman Sachs.
Now new hardware probably isn't on Apple's agenda. It's already unveiled a slew of new products just recently, including a new iPad mini, iPad Air, and AirPods 2, as well as new iMac and iMac Pro models with improved internals.