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Apple has confirmed it will be livestreaming its just-announced March 21st media event, expected to feature several product unveilings including a 4-inch iPhone SE and 9.7 inch iPad Pro. Although all recent Apple events have been streamed online (with varying levels of success), it is nonetheless reassuring that the trend will continue so everyone can watch Apple’s newest announcements live. Tune in here when the show starts at 10 AM PDT on March 21st.

The event video will be streamed live to iPhone, iPad and iPod touch as well as Mac and Apple TV (Apple TV 2, 3 and 4). It will also be available to Windows 10 users on Microsoft’s newest browser, Microsoft Edge. Mac, PC and iOS users can visit the link in their browser to watch the event. For Apple TV, a special Apple Events app usually appears a day or so before the event is set to go live.

The event goes live at 10 AM Pacific Time on March 21st. We are expecting Apple to announce a ‘4-inch iPhone SE’, 9.7 inch iPad Pro, new Apple Watch bands, updates to iOS and OS X and more. 9to5Mac will have full coverage of all the news, so stay tuned … let us loop you in.

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