Apple is hosting an event later today at which it’s likely a brand new iPhone – the iPhone SE – will be revealed.
Whatever Apple ends up revealing it’s sure to be big, so if you’re a fan of Apple – or just of tech in general – then you’ll want to be tuned in to catch Apple’s March 21 keynote.
When does it start?
The start time of the expected iPhone SE launch event is 10am PDT, which is 5pm UK time, 1pm EDT and 4am ACT (Australian Central Time), so make sure you’ve got a device ready to stream.
Watch our Apple iPhone SE Event live blog
We’re going to be at Apple’s Cupertino head quarters for the iPhone SE Event and we’ll be brining you all the latest news and reveals in our Apple keynote March 2016 live blog.
Our live blog will be one of the best ways to make sure you don’t miss a thing from today’s Apple event regardless of what device you’re using.
Apple iPhone SE live stream on an Apple device
If you’ve got an Apple device then you’ll find it easy to stream video from the event. Just pick up an iPhone, iPad or iPod running iOS 7 or later, or a Mac running OS X 10.8.5 or later, open up the Safari internet browser, and go to www.apple.com/apple-events/march-2016.
Apple event live stream on a TV
There’s one more way to watch the Apple March 21 event live stream, and it’s by far the most impractical, but lavish way to do it: on a big ol’ television using an Apple TV.
Streaming this way requires an Apple TV 2nd or 3rd generation that’s been upgraded to software 6.2 or newer. Or, a brand new Apple TV 4th generation.
Apple live streams its event using its own HTTP Live Streaming (HLS) technology. The good news is that HLS streaming tech has been around for a while and is probably a part of at least one of your devices at this point.
Apple iPhone SE live stream on a Windows 10 device
Streaming Apple events to non-Apple devices used to be much more complicated than it is now. The good news is that if you use Windows 10, all you need to do is load up Microsoft’s new Edge browser and head to that same web address: www.apple.com/apple-events/march-2016.
Apple iPhone SE live stream on Android and other devices
If you have an older Windows device, or you use Android, things get a little trickier. That doesn’t mean it’s impossible, though, and the most reliable way of streaming Apple’s iPhone Event online with these devices is to download and install the versatile VLC media player.
Once installed, open it up and in the top-left corner click Media, then Open Network Stream. You’ll then need to enter in the network URL of the stream. We don’t know what that is at the moment, but as soon as we find out we’ll update this guide, so make sure you regularly check back here.
Android users, including Android N beta testers expecting the latest and greatest, won’t be able to live stream today’s Apple keynote easily. They can, however, catch a replay, or tune into our live blog and visit techradar for up-to-date information.