As we mentioned before, as in previous years, Apple will be live streaming ‘Let us loop you in’ event on March 21, allowing people to watch the event online. The event will be taking place at 10:00 am PT, 1 pm ET, by then Apple will provide multiple channels for users to watch.
As usual, if you’re a Mac/iPhone/iPad/Apple TV user, it’s very simple. Just hit up this dedicated Apple Event page using a Safari browser. Apple limits its live video feed to those running Safari on an iOS device (iOS 7 and later), Mac OS X (10.8.5 with Safari 6.0.5 or newer) or those with a second or third generation Apple TV with 6.2 or later. Windows 10 users can view the live stream via the Microsoft Edge browser, which is compatible with Apple’s HTTP Live Streaming (HLS) tech.
If you are using Chrome or Firefox browser, then you need to install the User-Agent Switcher extension for Chrome and User Agent Switcher for Firefox, that allows you to easily “switch” your settings to Safari, which will enable you to access the live stream.
If all else fails, you can also watch the event using the free VLC media player, which is available for Mac, Windows, Linux and Android. Once you’ve downloaded the software, select “Open Media,” open the Network tab, and enter Apple’s URL for the live stream (you will need to wait for the event to start before you can grab the exact URL.)
That’s all, you should be able to watch the ‘Let us loop you in’ event live stream successfully.
In addition You should be aware the Apple’s Match 21 Event in Your Time Zone, to avoid missing.
Here is a very helpful time zone chart. In this table, you can find out exactly when the iPhone event starts in your own time zone, so you never miss a minute of the event.
This table also mentions the day of the event along with the time, as in some regions it’d would be early Thursday morning. Asterisk (*) denotes the time adjusted for Daylight Saving / Summer.