Apple Stream March 25 | Where to watch, what time it starts, and what to expect

Apple is making headlines recently with the announcement of an upcoming press event planned to be held at the Steve Jobs Theater in Cupertino, California. The Apple stream will take place on Monday, March 25 at 9 a.m. PT/12 p.m. ET and will be broadcasted live from the Apple website. We’ve put together all of the resources that you need to stream the event and to know what to expect!

What can I expect from the Apple stream on March 25?

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While you never know Apple is going to pull out of its sleeve, lots of people in the tech industry think that Apple is going to announce some type of streaming service to rival Netflix. We are well into the age of digital-based media, with Netflix being a huge success and Disney launching a rival service, so it would come as no surprise if Apple will wanted to throw its hat into the ring. We’ve also seen this trend taking over the video game industry too, with Xbox announcing a digital-only Xbox One S and Google announcing its cloud-based gaming platform Google Stadia.

Typically, Apple events are focused around hardware upgrades to the company’s various devices. However, Apple already announced new hardware updates this week, with announcements about updated Air Pods, iMacs, and iPads. So, it seems the focus of this event won’t be hardware focused. We can’t say just what else Apple is planning to talk about, but with that said, there is a pretty good chance we will hear about an all-new streaming service from the tech giant.

How can I stream the Apple event?

As we mentioned above, the Apple event will be taking place on Monday, March 25 at 9 a.m. PT/12 p.m. ET. You can stream the event live on Apple’s website using this link. Make sure to keep your eye on GameRevolution, since we will be covering the event and have live updates for you if you are unable to watch!