Apple Will Live Stream March 25 “It’s Show Time” Event, You Will Be Able To Watch On iOS, Mac, Apple TV, Chrome, More

Apple yesterday announced that it will be holding a March 25th media event, and unlike last year’s March event, this one is going to be live streamed online so that we can all enjoy the show.

As always, you’ll be able to watch the event on your iPhone, iPad touch, Mac, or Apple TV or online if you’re using a recent version of Chrome, Firefox, or Edge.

The event itself is expected to see the announcement of at least two new services products from Apple. The first is believed to be a subscription magazine service based on Apple’s purchase of the Texture platform.

By building on Apple News, it will be interesting to see what Apple can do with the digital magazine realm. However, more interesting will be the video streaming service that has bee in the works for years. Apple has been working on its own first-party content for a good long while, spending big along the way.

Both services are almost guaranteed to be announced, although there are some other things that could see the light of day. While no hardware announcements are expected, despite rumors of new iPads, it’s possible we may see updated AirPods if previous rumors are to be believed. We sure hope so, and we know many who would agree. With AirPods now reaching that time in their life where batteries are starting to fail, we’re all ready for an update.

The event itself will take place at the Steve Jobs Theater at Apple Park on March 25th, kicking off at 10:00 Pacific Time. We can’t wait, and it’s sure to be an interesting event no matter what is announced.

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