How to watch Apple’s March 9 keynote on Windows, Mac OS X, iOS

Apple's "Spring forward" event begins on March 9, at 1 PM ET / 10 AM PT, here is how to watch the live stream event on Windows, Mac OS X, and iOS.

Apple Spring Forward event begins at 1 PM ET / 10 AM PT

On Monday, March 9, 2015, Apple will hold a press event, perhaps one of the biggest event of the year for Apple fans. What is in the agenda you may ask? During the March 9 keynote, we’re expecting for the company to unveil all the remaining details about the Apple Watch, such as release date, pricing, and the marketing plan.

At the keynote, we are also expecting to see a new MacBook, a new update for iOS, and a few more things.

The press event will be held in California and it’ll begin at 1 PM Eastern Time / 10 AM Pacific Time. Apple will offer a live stream of the keynote that anyone can watch.

Watching the live stream requires Safari 5.1.10 or later on OS X 10.6.8 or later and Safari on iOS 6 or later. On the Apple TV, you’ll need the second or third version of the device with 6.2 or later version of the software.

Windows users, like always, will be left in the cold without a direct way to watch the event, but luckily there is a workaround to watch the event, just follow the steps below: 

Stream Apple’s keynote on Windows, Mac OS X, and iOS

  1. Download and install the VLC player, if you don’t have it already. However chances are you already have it installed as it’s one of the best media players out there.

  2. From the menu click Media and select Open Network Stream.

  3. Paste this link on the field:

You’ll notice an “Unable to open the MRU file…” until the Apple live stream starts.

Now if you have an iPad Air, iPad mini, or any Mac product make sure you have the latest version of Safari.

If all fail, you can also try to watch the event at

Source Apple

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