Watch the Apple March keynote event here (video)

You can now watch the Apple March event on any device.

Yesterday, March 9, 2015 was a big day for Apple fans as the company finally revealed the final details about the Apple Watch. Not only that, but also a new 12-inch MacBook was introduced, and even though there was not a new Apple TV, the computer giant announced a price reduction on its entertainment device and revealed that HBO NOW service is coming to the platform.

Among new hardware introductions, Apple also announced the ResearchKit, which is a new open-source framework with the hope of collecting users health data for medical studies purposes.

Finally, the company also announced an update to iOS 8.2 that will include the Apple Watch app.

If you didn’t have the chance to watch the March 9, Apple keynote, the company has already published the full 95 minutes event on their website, and best of all you don’t need an Apple device or Safari to watch it.

For more details on the new products unveiled by the company, check out my previous Apple event recap.

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