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It’s March 22nd, meaning we’re only just a few days away from the Apple Special Event on Monday, March 25th. While we’re all fired for the forthcoming services, you may be wondering what will they announce. This article will have all the information you need, from the streaming times, products and services that are expected to be unveiled on the stage, where to watch it, etc.

Streaming Times for the Apple Special Event

Apple’s spring event for March 25th, 2019 will be live streamed starting at 10:00 AM PDT. Whilst everyone can view the live stream of the event on their devices and their Apple TV, many people can’t watch the live stream 10 in the morning! Here are all of the streaming times for the event:
  • 10:00 AM Pacific Daylight Time 
  • 11:00 AM Mountain Time
  • 12:00 PM Central Time
  • 1:00 PM Eastern Time
Make sure to mark your calendars and set a reminder to watch the event live in your area!

Where to Watch the Event Live

There are many ways to live stream the Apple Special Event this March 25th, include the Apple website, your Apple TV, YouTube, and VLC video player. Some methods have specific software requirements in order to view the live stream. For example, you can watch the live stream via, but you will need the Safari browser in order to do that, Oh, you can also watch the Keynote at an Apple Store on March 25th.

What to expect

Apple is widely believed to announce a TV streaming service that will include more than two dozen TV shows and movies that it has been ordered and produced, with Stars like Jennifer Aniston, Steve Carell, and Jennifer Garner are said to make an appearance. In addition to the TV service, the tech giant is also believed to roll out a news subscription service that let users read their favorite newspapers and magazines. At the same time, it's still possible that Apple would launch AirPower and updated iPod touch during the event. Following the showtime event, Apple is likely to release the iOS 12.2, macOS 10.14.4, watchOS 5.2, and tvOS 12.2 updates.

Kateland Vu contributed this article 

Apple has just sent out media invites for its first 2019 event set to be held in at the Steve Jobs Theater in Apple Park on Monday, March 25 at 1:00 p.m. Eastern Time or 10:00 a.m. Pacific Time, the company officially announced the event with the tagline "It's show time", suggesting the launch of new Services.

We expect Apple to debut its magazine subscription service called "Apple News Magazine", which you pay $10 a month to read a large number of magazines and newspapers. As the tagline hints, the March 25th event will be focused on the upcoming TV streaming service, and that Hollywood stars including Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon have been invited to attend the March event.

As far as Hardware products concerned, rumors suggested the event will only be focused on the media subscription, meaning we are unlikely to see Apple unveils the new-generation of iPad mini and iPad, AirPods 2, and AirPower wireless charging mat, so they may launch these products via a press release.

Following the event, new updates will be made available to users, including iOS 12.2, macOS 10.14.4, watchOS 5.2, and tvOS 12.2.

Reports about Apple to held its Spring event on March 25th continue surfaced on the internet, with the latest news from Variety claimed that the company will announce the TV service in March, however, it may not be available to customers immediately, but rather launch it in summer or fall.

Sources familiar with the plans say Apple's video service will be targeted for a launch in summer or fall rather than the April timing that has been the subject of media speculation. Apple has vowed to its high-caliber producing partners to mount marketing blitzes on behalf of the shows in addition to the service itself.
Yesterday, Bloomberg broke the news that Hollywood stars including Jennifer Aniston, Reese Witherspoon, and Steve Carell have been invited to attend the March event. Rumors also suggested that Apple is expected to announce its news subscription service called Apple News Magazine, which you pay $10 a month to read a large number of magazines and newspapers.

Apple is indeed said to developing more than two dozens of tv shows and movies currently, and Apple plans to offer them for free to Apple device owners, like it did to the Carpool Karaoke show. The iPhone maker may also debuting an all-in-one media subscription package, bundling Apple Music, TV Service, and News Magazine all together.

According to BuzzFeed, Apple plans to hold its first media event in 2019 at the Steve Jobs Theatre in Apple Park on March 25th. The center of the event is said to be the long-rumored News Subscription service, in which the company calls it as Apple New Magazine, and sadly, Apple is unlikely to unveil the iPad mini 5, AirPods 2, and AirPower wireless charging mat at the March event.

The service, Apple News Magazine, which you pay $10 a month to read a large number of magazines and newspapers. However, a report from the Wall Street Journal claims that Apple is struggling to ink deals with well-known publishers like The New York Times and The Washington Post, because Apple doesn't want to provide credit card information and email addresses to these publishers.

Well, apparently, next month's event will only be focused on the media subscription, meaning we are unlikely to see Apple unveils the new-generation of iPad mini and iPad, AirPods 2, and AirPower wireless charging mat, Apple may still have a chance to release them all together at WWDC this year, since they have done similar thing before, or perhaps launch these products via a press release.

Bad Lip Reading (BLR for short) has uploaded its first comical video that directly linked to Apple. This parody is targeted at Apple CEO Tim Tim Cook and Software Chief Craig Federighi, which took place at an Apple event. In the mouth-to-mouth way, Apple has launched a new device like Apple Skin Twist and so on.

The video titled "Apple Product Launch" uses a real Apple event video script, however, the audio and images have been modified to showcase Apple's launch of some rather humorous products, such as the plant guitar "Lickamaforbus", Apple Skin Twist, Apple Wish Prince, Apple Socks, Apple Hole, etc.

Bad Lip Reading is a YouTube Channel that went popular thanks to its videos like The Hunger Games, the NFL, and now a live Apple event. The channel is run by a man who humorously lip-reads onto real clips of politics, tv shows, films, and more, though the guy behind it declined to reveal his background.

Apple has just sent out media invites for a second major 2018 event set to be held in New York City on Tuesday, October 30 at the Brooklyn Academy of Music, Howard Gilman Opera House, and will kick off at 10:00 a.m. Eastern Time, titled as "There's more in the making."

Apple will announce new iPad Pros, MacBook Air, and Mac Mini. The forthcoming iPad Pro models to have slim bezels and Face ID as it will be featured with a TrueDepth front-facing camera. This year’s iPad Pro is also rumored to switch over from Lighting to USB-C for the use of the external display. Furthermore, it will not include a notch and a Home button.

As for Macs, we expect a new Mac mini and a budget MacBook model that cost under $1,000, the model may use a Retina display, processor upgrades, more RAMs, better battery life, etc. Meanwhile, Mac mini will be more towards pro users so Apple may adjust the price to be above $500, the company last time updated the lineup is over 1,400 days ago.

Apple will live stream the New York event on its Events app on the Apple TV and the website through the Events page. Since it will be held in New York, the timezone is different than the standard events at WWDC or Apple Park: the Event will start at 10 AM EDT, which means in PDT timezone, it will kick off at 7:00 AM, watch the time!

Good news part:

Apple has released the final GM version of iOS 12, macOS Mojave, watchOS 5, and tvOS 12. Apple developers can install the beta when a beta profile was download on your devices. The iOS 12, tvOS 12 and watchOS 5 will be available next Monday. While macOS Mojave to release on September 24th.

HomePod, Apple's own smart speaker is expecting to get quite a bit new features. Once you update the software version of HomePod, the speaker will be able to search for songs by lyrics, set multiple timers, make or receive calls, and find your iPhones.

Other good news including iPhone Xs is iP78 waterproof, will have background NFC Tag Reading support, new cases for iPhone Xs models, and the new AppleCare+ Theft and Loss Plan Priced at $299 for iPhone XS and XS Max. 

Sad news part:

With the release of Apple Watch Series 4, Apple officially removed the fancy Apple Watch Edition model. It marks the end history of the Edition brand that once represented the company's high-end Apple Watch series. The Apple Watch product line currently only has Apple Watch Series 4 models and a small number of Series 3 models.

Apple won't bundle a Lightning to 3.5mm Headphone Jack Adapter for new iPhone customers. While it continues to ship with EarPods with Lightning Connector, a Lightning to USB Cable, and a 5A USB Power Adapter. Despite rumors says that new iPhone will ship USB-C to lightning connector, which it appears to be not the case.

AirPower wireless charging mat, which Apple previewed at last year's iPhone X event, didn't make an appearance at today's Keynote. However, on the official AirPods site, the AirPower listed as "currently unavailable." We are unclear what cause the delay, but few rumors suggest it most likely due to the heating issues. We may see it will launch next month.

Via MacRumors

Apple has just issued media invites for a special event on September 12th, where the company will announce new-generation of iPhones and Apple Watches. And now, they have suffered from major leaks, which shows off its upcoming iPhone XS model and Apple Watch Series 4 models' images on its website, as it discovered by 9to5Mac.

Apple leaked a picture of Apple Watch 4, which the bezels look thinner than the current Apple Watch 3, Cupertino will introduce a new Gold color, along with a 15% bigger screen. Most interestingly, they also 'previewed' the new watch face, while the Digital Crown has a red outline instead of a full red dot, which criticized by many others.

The new iPhone is called iPhone XS, which appears to have a new Gold finish, it also featured with an edge-to-edge display with slim bezels and no Home button, and continues to use Face ID as a security unlock system. However, one thing I don't understand is Apple only shows two OLED models, but rumors say there will be an LCD iPhone, so why isn't there?

Anyway, Apple will unveil these products on September 12, at a 10:00 a.m. Pacific Time event that's set to be held at Apple Park's Steve Jobs Theater. And for the first time, Apple will live stream the event on Twitter and its website.

Apple has just send out media invites for its annual fall event that will hold on Wednesday, September 12 at 10:00 a.m. at the Apple Park's Steve Jobs Theater. The invites clearly taglined of Gather Round," which perhaps represents the main ring-shaped building at Apple Park.

Apple is expected to announce three new iPhones, six new Apple Watch series 4 models, AirPower price and release time, AirPods charging case, and maybe iPad Pro models that will be featured with iPhone X-style design.

Apple is expected to release three new iPhones this, a second-generation of iPhone X, a larger 6.5-inch iPhone Xs, and a low-cost 6.1-inch LCD model. All three iPhones will be powered by A12 chips and uses iPhone X-style design. However, both iPhone Xs and the LCD will include Dual-SIM feature, as for the iPhone X2, it will uses single SIM card tray and eSIM. 

Apple Watch Series 4, on the other hand, will adopt 15% larger display, new processor, new health sensors, and improved battery life hopefully. We also expecting to see AirPower wireless charging mat to be appears in the event, which could announce the price and availability for purchase. 

Are you excited for the upcoming Apple products release event? Though rumors said that Apple will be likely to held another event in October, where they announces new Macs and iPads!
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