Apple has announced it will hold a ‘special event’ for March 9th which is likely to be a coming-out party for Apple Watch. Apple has said the watch is will hit the markets on April. It is almost certain Apple’s March 9 event will provide specifics about the upcoming launch of the Apple Watch. One can catch up the event directly by tuning in to a live video feed Apple will provide for the event that starts at 10 AM PT.
The event will start at 10 a.m at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts Theatre in San Francisco.
All a person needs is Apple’s dedicated live events site, and updated version of Safari running on OS X or on iOS. It can also be streamed directly to Apple TV, so long as it is a second- or third-generation device Apple TV OS version 6.2 or higher.
As always, Apple is limiting official access to its own hardware and software, but it is not too surprising that the company would have platform expectations in place that reward those most likely to be excited about the event in the first place.
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